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Dear H-Diplo, Professor Joseph Siracusa claimed that, in my review of Sally Marks's "Mistakes and Myths" review essay dealing with (among other things) the book by Norman Graebner and Edward M. Bennett, The Versailles Treaty and its Legacy," I erroneously reported that Norman Graebner passed away "after the publication" of the book. What I said in my review was : ""The occasion of this new contribution was the publication of the most recent study of the Versailles Treaty and its consequences by the late Norman Graebner and Edward Bennett (who passed away after the volume was published)." By applying the adjective "late" to Professor Graebner I meant to imply by that that Professor Graebner had passed away before the publication of the book. The phrase in parentheses "who passed away after the volume was published" was meant to apply to Professor Bennett. I apologize for the confusion. Bill Keylor Boston University --