Division and Reunion by Woodrow WilsonDivision and Reunion by Woodrow Wilson

Division and Reunion

byWoodrow Wilson

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1921. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER XVI. THE UNITED STATES AND THE WORLD WAR. 178. References. General Accounts.--See p. 288; G. H. Allen and Others, The Great War (5 vols. 1915-1921); F. H. Simonds, History of the World's War (5 vols. 1915-1920); W. L. McPherson, A Short History of the Great War (1920); J. B. McMaster, The United States in the World War (2 vols. 1918-1920); J. S. Bassett, Our War with Germany (1920); American Year Book, 19141919; The War Cyclopedia (1918). Special Works.--W. S. Davis, The Roots of the War (1918); J. B. Scott, The Diplomatic Relations of the United States and Germany (1917); Christian Gauss, Why We Went to War (1917); J. W. Gerard, My Four Years in Germany (1917); F. L. Huidekoper, The Military Unpreparedness of the United States (1915); Theodore Roosevelt, America and the World War (1915); R. J. Beamish and F. A. March, America's Part in the World War (1919);.Colonel L. P. Ayers, The War with Germany (1920); Frederick Palmer, America in France (1918); the same, Our Greatest Battle (1919); Colonels J. A. Moss and H. S. Howland, America in Battle (1920); Vice-Admiral W. F. Sims, The American Navy in the War (1920); Vice-Admiral Albert Gleaves, History of the Transport System (1921); W. F. Willoughby, Government Organization in War Time and After (1919). Biographical.--See previous chapter. 179. American Attitude Toward the European War. The outbreak of the European War in August, 1914, was regarded by most Americans with incredulous amazement; at least, it was argued, hostilities on so vast a scale could not be prolonged. This belief suggested the further idea that the United States would Outbreak of be Presently solicited by the belligerent the Euro- parties to assist them to a common ground pean war. q{ peace. At the successive declarations of hostilities...
Title:Division and ReunionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:146 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.31 inPublished:January 11, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217702945

ISBN - 13:9780217702942