The United States and the First World War
Longman, 2000 - 142 páginas
SEMINAR STUDIES IN HISTORYGeneral Editors: Clive Emsley & Gordon MartelThe First World War was a pivotal event in world history but the importance of the involvement of the United States is often overlooked. This new Seminar Study provides a concise, comprehensive and engaging evaluation of the war's significance in American history by examining the causes of the war; mobilization on the homefront; key social reforms enacted during the war; military strategy; the experiences of common soldiers; the Versailles Peace Treaty and the lessons the Americans drew in their postwar years from their wartime experiences.The United States and the First World War contains these key features: ? Detailed analytical coverage of the political, social, military and diplomatic aspects of the American participation in the First World War? A Documents Section containing fascinating primary source material? A Glossary, Chronology, Bibliography and Guide to Key Personalities providing a wealth of additional information? A number of black and white photographs that help bring the history of the period to life? A Map Section that helps readers to visualize the tensions between countries as well as the prog
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