Robert Bacon

Robert Bacon Robert Bacon (July 5, 1860 – May 29, 1919) was an American statesman and diplomat. A leading banker and businessman, who worked closely with Secretary of State Elihu Root, 1905-1909, and served as United States Secretary of State from January to March 1909. He served as ambassador to France 1909 to 1912. He was a leader in the Preparedness Movement setting up training programs for would-be Soldiers before the United States entered the First World War in April 1917. He was defeated narrowly as a candidate for the United States Senate in 1916. He was commissioned as a major in the United States Army in 1917, and played a major role as Chief of the American Military Mission at British General Headquarters. Provided by Wikipedia

by Bacon, Robert
Published 1790
printed for the author, by J. Moore, No. 134, Drury-Lane. And sold by Mr. Dilly, in the Poultry; and Mr. Becket, No. 82, in Pall-Mall

by Bacon, Robert
Published 1995
World Bank

by Bacon, Robert
Published 1996
World Bank

by Bacon, Robert L., Niles, Nelson R.
Published 1983
Springer New York

by Maizels, Alfred
Published 1997
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