Business: Personnel: Dec. 21, 1936

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¶ When the U. S. entered the World War Leon Fraser, then 25 and a professor of public law at Columbia University, enlisted as a private. After landing in France he was a major and later became first assistant judge advocate in the Service of Supply with the rank of major. Out of the War with numerous decorations, Leon Fraser sprouted as an international lawyer amid Reparations and War Debts. His success as counsel to the U. S. bigwigs in the Dawes and Young Plan negotiations led...

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