Nine Troubled Years

By: Hoare, Sir Samuel Viscount

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London, United Kingdom: Collins, 1954. Sir Samuel Hoare Viscount Templewood (1880, London, Eng. 1959) British statesman. As secretary of state for India (1931 - 35), he had the immense task of developing and defending in debate the new Indian constitution and was a chief architect of the Government of India Act (1935). He became foreign secretary (1935) but was forced to resign for his role in developing the unpopular Hoare-Laval Pact. As home secretary (1937 - 39), he helped develop the Munich agreement, which marked him as an appeaser and damaged his reputation. In World War II he served as ambassador to Spain (1940 - 44). CONDITION Purple cloth (unworn) 448 pages. Bright and crisp copy with atmospheric toning to eps (tobacco?). DJ unworn. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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