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Mr. Bell was engaged in journalistic activity for a quarter of a century in London and Paris. He was invited by Viscount Burnham to join the Paris staff of The Daily Telegraph, which position he still holds. He was selected by the French Foreign Office to supervise the English translation of President Poincard’s speech at the opening of the Peace Conference. He served as President of the Anglo-American Press Association of Paris in 1921. He has been decorated by the French Government with the Cross of the Legion of Honor. Mr. Bell spent seven months in the Ruhr, and wrote the history of the occupation in a series of articles for the Fortnightly Review. He has made a special study of Germany, particularly of the reparations problem and German foreign policy. His articles have been widely quoted in the British and French press, and have elicited spontaneous letters of appreciation from leading French statesmen and economists.
John Bell; Harmonious Adjustments in the Sarre. Current History 1 January 1925; 21 (4): 538–542. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.19184.108.40.2068
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