A Book

Ex-Premier Herbert H. Asquith, in a new book*, relates the part played by Great Britain in Europe during the fateful decade which preceded the spark of war which set fire to the world. He is not concerned with a philosophical disputation of cause nor with the false logic of effect; his book is a narrative of events, events which Mr. Asquith tried to control. He does not defend his actions and rarely resorts to criticizing the actions of others. His book is a record of events, the...

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