Secret of the Ages - Part VI, Chapter 26 Summary & Analysis

Robert Collier (author)
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Part VI, Chapter 26 Summary and Analysis

Chapter Twenty-Six, Part Six admonishes the reader to not put it off and to not give up.

If a task is important, do it immediately. This is the message Collier imparts to the Reader with a startling lesson from history. Lord George Germain, the British Secretary of State of the American colonies, at the directive from the British War Office, was to send a note to General Howe, who was stationed in New York, instructing him to march north to Albany, New York, and meet up with General Burgoyne. General Burgoyne, stationed in Canada, had already been instructed to march south to Albany. As a result of a delay at his office in London, Lord Germain did not make time to wait for the note to be written to General Howe. Lord Germain wished to leave London...

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