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President Masaryk Tells His Story (1934)
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    Among the Outstanding Books (Review)
    President Masaryk Tells His Story, by Karel Capek and T.G. Masaryk
    1. President Masaryk Tells His Story by Karel Capek and T.G. Masaryk
    The Literary Digest, July 20, 1935, p. 22
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    Masaryk's Own Story (Review)
    President Masaryk Tells His Story, by Karel Capek and T.G. Masaryk
    1. President Masaryk Tells His Story by Karel Capek and T.G. Masaryk
    The Saturday Review, August 3, 1935, p. 10
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    Checklist of New Books (3 Reviews)
    Biography
    1. President Masaryk Tells His Story by Karel Capek and T.G. Masaryk
    2. Cicero: A Study by G.C. Richards
    3. She Stands Accused by Victor MacClure
    The American Mercury, September 1935
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    Czech Statesman (3 Reviews)
    Defender of Democracy, by Emil Ludwig
    1. Defender of Democracy by Emil Ludwig
    2. President Masaryk Tells His Story by Karel Capek and T.G. Masaryk
    3. Benes: Statesman of Central Europe by Pierre Crabites
    The New Republic, July 1, 1936, p. 248
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe
    1. President Masaryk Tells His Story by Karel Capek and T.G. Masaryk
    2. An Excursion to Lithuania by Abraham A. Sacks
    3. Artists in Uniform by Max Eastman
    4. A History of Bolshevism by Arthur Rosenberg
    5. The Soviet State by Bertram W. Maxwell
    6. Russian Seesaw by Michael Budberg
    7. One Woman's Story by Mary Britnieva
    8. Goodbye Russia by Evan P. Cameron
    9. From Moscow to Samarkand by X.Y.Z.
    10. Red Road Through Asia by Bosworth Goldman
    11. Treaty Revision and the Hungarian Frontiers by R.W. Seton-Watson
    Foreign Affairs, October 1934, pp. 172-173
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    The Book Parade (22 Reviews)
    President Masaryk Tells His Story, by Karel Capek and T.G. Masaryk
    1. President Masaryk Tells His Story by Karel Capek and T.G. Masaryk
    2. Don Fernando by W. Somerset Maugham
    3. Asylum by William Seabrook
    4. Grand Tour by Patrick Balfour
    5. War Clouds in the Skies of the Far East by Tom Ireland
    6. In Praise of Gentlemen by Henry Dwight Sedgwick
    7. The Furys by James Hanley
    8. The San Luca by Cilette Ofaire
    9. Fortune and Men's Eyes by George Cronyn
    10. The Apple Is Bitten Again by Olive Moore
    11. They Shoot Horses, Don't They? by Horace McCoy
    12. Feliciana by Stark Young
    13. Cornish of Scotland Yard by George W. Cornish
    14. Illyrian Spring by Ann Bridge
    15. The Time Is Ripe by Walter Greenwood
    16. Latter Howe by Doreen Eileen A. Wallace
    17. Somebody in Boots by Nelson Algren
    18. Land of Women by Katharina von Dombrowski
    19. Bright Destination by Darwin L. Teilhet
    20. The Farmer in the Dell by Phil Stong
    21. Angel Making Music by Ferenc Molnar
    22. Hungry Men by Edward Anderson
    The Forum, August 1935