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with a postscript by Vernon Bartlett
Vernon Bartlett , M.P. for the Bridgwater Division of Somerset, since 1938, was cut out to write and talk about foreign affairs. He knew the Continent at first hand from his youth, travelled over a large area of it, lived with families in four different countries, was wounded at Hill 60 in the last war, and was one of Reuter's representatives at the Peace Conference. From that day he took an interest in foreign affairs. From 1922 to 1932 he was London representative of the League of Nations Secretariat, and so came into broadcasting and fame. For two years he gave regular talks on foreign affairs, and then joined the News Chronicle as diplomatic correspondent-a position he still holds.

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