"Lesser ribbons announced that Sir Austen Chamberlain was at Geneva"
Joseph Austen Chamberlain (1924)
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Sir Joseph Austen Chamberlain (1863-1937) was a highly-regarded British statesmen who served as Foreign Secretary from 1924-1929 under the premiership of Stanley Baldwin. During this period he achieved significant successes in the field of international diplomacy, and was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize in 1925.

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