World chancelleries : sentiments, ideas, and arguments expressed by famous occidental and oriental statesmen looking to the consolidation of the psychological bases of international peace / by Edward Price Bell ; with an introduction by Calvin Coolidge.


Chicago : The Chicago daily news, 1926.

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Subjects Peace.
Statesmen.
World politics.
Description xxii, 191 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1926.
Notes "These interviews, originally published in the Chicago daily news, are here compiled in permanent form in a limited complimentary edition."
Also issued online.
Contents Introduction / Calvin Coolidge -- Explanatory article relative to the genesis and purpose of the symposium / E.P. Bell -- Judge Wilhelm Marx -- Premier Benito Mussolini -- Raymond Poincaré -- Ramsay MacDonald -- Calvin Coolidge -- Premier Mackenzie King -- Edgar Addison Bancroft -- Premier Takaaki Kato -- Foreign minister Baron K. Shidehara -- Manuel L. Quezon -- Senator Sergio Osmeña -- Governor General Leonard Wood -- Dr. Tang Shao-Yi.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)685425
(OCoLC)ocm00685425
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WorldCat Identities Bell, Edward Price, 1869-1943.
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