The Observer

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"2nd September 1928 (Tuesday) Sunday?s ?Observer? suggests a clean break with the line of diplomatic action brought to light by the revelations regarding the Anglo-French naval pact. Even the old ?Observer? admits that England has only just missed dealing the foulest blow at the cause of international peace since the war. America is wholly on the qui vive now especially as the Presidential elections are in full swing and the pact is getting the fullest possible publicity. It is curious that their note on the subject should be so restrained. Either they are in earnest in their pacifist pretensions or they are so sure of the failure of any negotiation that they are willing to risk a big bluff. England has not come off very well out of either the League session or the Pact fiasco so let?s hope that Chamberlain?s diplomacy has suffered a final setback. [...] Finished Rolland?s book."

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Notes
This material Copyright Andrew Neill Vanson Moore, and Shirley Frances Gould-Smith.

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Notes
This material Copyright Andrew Neill Vanson Moore, and Shirley Frances Gould-Smith.

How to cite this record

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Related place
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Related people
Moore, Gerald
Related place
France
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