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Fenton, Guy A. (fl. 1919-1962) Papers of Gen. Fenton re: Treaty of Versailles, plebiscite in Upper Silesia [Decimalized .01- .65]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC02766 Author/Creator: Fenton, Guy A. (fl. 1919-1962) Place Written: [various places] Type: Header Record Date: 1919-1962 Pagination: 65 items, 21 folders

General Fenton served with British forces on the Continent. He was an accomplished linguist and commanded considerable respect in France and Germany. The papers include numerous printed items relating to the Plebiscite in Upper Silesia. Part of the collection is in French and German. Also includes three incomplete editions of the newspaper, the Daily Telegram, Aug 1921.

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