American intervention in the Russian Civil War.

By: Unterberger, Betty Miller [comp.]Material type: TextTextSeries: Problems in American civilization: Publisher: Lexington, Mass., Heath [c1969]Description: xii, 113 p. 24 cmSubject(s): Soviet Union -- History -- Allied intervention, 1918-1920 | United States -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union | Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- United StatesDDC classification: 947.084/1 LOC classification: DK265.42.U5 | U5Other classification: 7,41
Partial contents:
1. Historical background. Thomas A. Bailey; Days that shook the world. --Foster Rhea Dulles; The Bolsheviki make peace. -- A. Whitney Griswold; Wilson challenges Japan. --2. The contemporary record: selected official documents. --3. Conflicting interpretations. George F. Kennan; American troops in Russia: aid for the Czecho-Slovaks? --Betty Miller Unterberger; American intervention: a brake on the allies? --Christopher Lasch; American intervention: a deluded effort. --William Appleman Williams; American intervention: strictly Anti-Bolshevik. --N. Gordon Levin, Jr., American intervention: aid to liberal Russia.
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1. Historical background. Thomas A. Bailey; Days that shook the world. --Foster Rhea Dulles; The Bolsheviki make peace. -- A. Whitney Griswold; Wilson challenges Japan. --2. The contemporary record: selected official documents. --3. Conflicting interpretations. George F. Kennan; American troops in Russia: aid for the Czecho-Slovaks? --Betty Miller Unterberger; American intervention: a brake on the allies? --Christopher Lasch; American intervention: a deluded effort. --William Appleman Williams; American intervention: strictly Anti-Bolshevik. --N. Gordon Levin, Jr., American intervention: aid to liberal Russia.

Contains primary source material.

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