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PAGE TWO

THE MICHICA N

DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1929

PROFESSOR REED TRANSLATES
BIOGRAPHY OF BELGIAN RULER

First copies were received here'
recently of Comte Louis de Lich-
tevelde's "Leopold of the Belgians,"
translated by Prof. Thomas H.
Reed of the political science de-
partment and his son H. Russell
Reed.
Licht-velde presents the current
Belgian view of Leopold II, a king
who played a much greater part in
worldaffaairs than the importance
of his country necessitated and
who was subjected to a great deal
of adverse criticism for his actions

in the Congo. The Belgian ruler
was accused of operating the gov-
ernment of Congo for his personal
gain, but Lichtevelde, who was
private secretary to the prime min-
ister of Belgium during the World
War and had access to all authen-
tic documents, reveals the true
state of affairs in regard to this
and other problems.
Prof. A. Nerincx of the Univer-
sity of Louvain, former member of
the Belgian senate, remarks in his
preface: "No one could be better

qualified than Professor Reed to
present to the American public a
translation of this volume. His
great knowledge of the political
history of Belgium, his acquaint-
ance with the life of political par-
ties in parliament fit hm to make
a judicious translation."
"Leopold of the Belgians" was
awarded the "crown" in a compe-
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