By John Maxwell Hamilton,Robert Mann
Baker’s place gave him a rare vantage element from which to view historical past within the making. He stored a voluminous diary of his carrier to the president, starting along with his voyage to Europe and lasting via his time as press secretary. in contrast to Baker’s released books approximately Wilson, leavened by way of a lot mirrored image, his diary permits glossy readers unfiltered impressions of key moments in heritage through a considerate inside of observer.
Published right here for the 1st time, this long-neglected resource contains an creation by way of John Maxwell Hamilton and Robert Mann that locations Baker and his diary into ancient context.
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A Journalist's Diplomatic Mission: Ray Stannard Baker's World War I Diary (From Our Own Correspondent) by John Maxwell Hamilton,Robert Mann