Franklin, James H. In the Track of the Storm: A Report of a Visit to France and Belgium, with Observations Regarding the Needs and Possibilities of Religious Reconstruction in the Regions Devastated by the World War
Franklin, James H. In the Track of the Storm: A Report of a Visit to France and Belgium, with Observations Regarding the Needs and Possibilities of Religious Reconstruction in the Regions Devastated by the World War
Franklin, James H. In the Track of the Storm: A Report of a Visit to France and Belgium, with Observations Regarding the Needs and Possibilities of Religious Reconstruction in the Regions Devastated by the World War
Franklin, James H. In the Track of the Storm: A Report of a Visit to France and Belgium, with Observations Regarding the Needs and Possibilities of Religious Reconstruction in the Regions Devastated by the World War
Franklin, James H. In the Track of the Storm: A Report of a Visit to France and Belgium, with Observations Regarding the Needs and Possibilities of Religious Reconstruction in the Regions Devastated by the World War

Franklin, James H. In the Track of the Storm: A Report of a Visit to France and Belgium, with Observations Regarding the Needs and Possibilities of Religious Reconstruction in the Regions Devastated by the World War

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Franklin, James H. In the Track of the Storm: A Report of a Visit to France and Belgium, with Observations Regarding the Needs and Possibilities of Religious Reconstruction in the Regions Devastated by the World War. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1919. First Edition.

Blue cloth with bright gilt titles, 5 x 7 1/4 inches, 140 pp. plus plates. Ex Bible college library, clean spine, library matter within. Very good. Hardcover.  [5012] 

Franklin was the foreign secretary of the American Baptist Foreign Missionary Society. He toured France and Belgium near the end of the war, wrote letters back to the Society of his eyewitness travels, and issued a formal report upon his return. This book reprints his letters and the pertinent sections of his report.