Sir Arthur Willert papers: selected correspondence, 1911-1916 (inclusive), [microform].

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Willert, Arthur, Sir, 1882-. Sir Arthur Willert papers: selected correspondence, 1911-1916 (inclusive), [microform].

Sir Arthur Willert papers: selected correspondence, 1911-1916 (inclusive), [microform].

The selected correspondence of Sir Arthur Willert, British journalist and diplomat, consists of letters between Willert and his editors at the Times of London. The correspondence covers the World War I period, and includes discussions of American journalism, Anglo-American relations, Mexico, German war activities in the United States, and Irish Home Rule. Also included are some dispatches and newspaper clippings.

13 microfiches.

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