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WAR MEMOIRS OF DAVID LLOYD GEORGE: 1916-1917—Little, Brown ($4).

At the back of David Lloyd George's mind there are heroes and villains, and he speaks his mind. Canny Welshman, he bided his time until most of his enemies had spoken theirs. This third (but not last) volume of his War Memoirs, like the first and second, is both a rebuttal and an attack. His worst enemies never doubted he was able, but Lloyd George still has the point, of view of an unreconstructed pre-War statesman. He still believes the Allies won the War. He...

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