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The United States and the First World War.

By: Keene, Jennifer D.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: eBooks on Demand.Seminar Studies: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2014Description: 1 online resource (167 p.).ISBN: 9781317880462.Subject(s): World War, 1914-1918 -- United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The United States and the First World WarDDC classification: 940.3/73 | 940.373 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; An Introduction to the Series; Note on Referencing System; Author''s Acknowledgements; Publisher''s Acknowledgements; List of Abbreviations; List of Maps; Introduction; Part One: Origins of the War; 1. Was The War Inevitable?; War in Europe, 1914; Woodrow Wilson: at Home and in Mexico; Neutral in Word and Deed, then War; Fourteen Points and the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk: Just versus Unjust Peace; Part Two: The Homefront; 2. Mobilization: New Powers for the Government; Bargains among the State, Capital, and Labor; Drafting an Army
Paying for the WarPropaganda and Civil Liberties; 3. Social Changes at Home: Progressivism Runs Its Course; Prohibition; Female Suffrage; African-American Migration; The First Red Scare and Immigration Restrictions; Part Three: Overseas; 4. Fighting the War; Leadership and Strategy; The American Soldier Experience; Intervention in North Russia and Siberia; 5. Peace; The Paris Peace Settlement; The Lost Generation, the Bonus March and the GI Bill; Evoking the War: Remembrance and Lessons Learned; Part Four: Assessment; 6. The Meaning of the First World War for the United States
Part Five: DocumentsChronology; Glossary; Who''s Who; Bibliography; Index; Seminar Studies in History
Summary: The First World War was a pivotal event in world history, but Americans often overlook the importance of their participation in the war. The United States and the First World War 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 soldiers, the Versailles Peace Treaty, and the lessons Americans drew in the postwar years from their wartime experiences. Was the First World War a just war for the Un
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Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; An Introduction to the Series; Note on Referencing System; Author''s Acknowledgements; Publisher''s Acknowledgements; List of Abbreviations; List of Maps; Introduction; Part One: Origins of the War; 1. Was The War Inevitable?; War in Europe, 1914; Woodrow Wilson: at Home and in Mexico; Neutral in Word and Deed, then War; Fourteen Points and the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk: Just versus Unjust Peace; Part Two: The Homefront; 2. Mobilization: New Powers for the Government; Bargains among the State, Capital, and Labor; Drafting an Army

Paying for the WarPropaganda and Civil Liberties; 3. Social Changes at Home: Progressivism Runs Its Course; Prohibition; Female Suffrage; African-American Migration; The First Red Scare and Immigration Restrictions; Part Three: Overseas; 4. Fighting the War; Leadership and Strategy; The American Soldier Experience; Intervention in North Russia and Siberia; 5. Peace; The Paris Peace Settlement; The Lost Generation, the Bonus March and the GI Bill; Evoking the War: Remembrance and Lessons Learned; Part Four: Assessment; 6. The Meaning of the First World War for the United States

Part Five: DocumentsChronology; Glossary; Who''s Who; Bibliography; Index; Seminar Studies in History

The First World War was a pivotal event in world history, but Americans often overlook the importance of their participation in the war. The United States and the First World War 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 soldiers, the Versailles Peace Treaty, and the lessons Americans drew in the postwar years from their wartime experiences. Was the First World War a just war for the Un

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