Foreign News: The World Crisis

Sections of the British press have praised highly the second (and concluding) volume of the Rt. Hon. Winston S. Churchill's The World Crisis.* More than once the work has been referred to as " the best book yet written upon the War."

Despite adverse criticism to the effect that Mr. Churchill has waited until after the deaths of Lords Kitchener and Fisher in order to attack them, it is abundantly clear that he has written a fair, searching and important factual narrative on the causes which made the Dardanelles campaign necessary, and on the...

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