Cecil Spring Rice: A Diplomat's Life
This work examined the career of Cecil Spring Rice in detail from 1887 when Rice was posted to the British Legation in Washington and subsequent posts in Tokyo, Berlin, Tehran, Constantipople, Cairo, Petrograd, and Stockholm.
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