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Between war and peace : Woodrow Wilson and the American Expeditionary Force in Siberia, 1918-1921

Author: Carol Kingsland Willcox Melton
Publisher: Macon, GA : Mercer University Press, 2001.
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"This is the story of America's first military peace-keeping effort, the very first Haiti, Somalia, and Kosovo. It is also the story of how the Cold War began, as well-meaning diplomats failed to understand Wilson's concept of the proper uses of force. It is a story of crucial importance to the United States in the new, post Cold-War world."--Jacket.
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Melton, Carol Kingsland Willcox, 1960-
Between war and peace.
Macon, GA : Mercer University Press, 2001
(OCoLC)604957720
Named Person: Woodrow Wilson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carol Kingsland Willcox Melton
ISBN: 0865546924 9780865546929
OCLC Number: 47733998
Description: 269 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits, photographs ; 24 cm
Contents: 1 Wilson, War, and Revolution in Russia 1 --
2 Czecho-Slovak Legion and American Policy 33 --
3 General Graves and the AEF Siberia 41 --
4 America's Siberian Policy Defined 53 --
5 Armistice and the Rise of Kolchak 91 --
6 Wilson, Russia, and the Peace Conference 141 --
7 Kolchak's Defeat and American Withdrawal 171 --
Appendix A Aide Memoire 239 --
Appendix B Hankey's Notes of a Meeting of the Council of Ten, Quai D'Orsay January 22, 1919, 3:15 P.M. Prinkipo Declaration 245 --
Appendix C Hankey's Notes of a Meeting of the Council of Four 247.
Responsibility: by Carol Willcox Melton.

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"This is the story of America's first military peace-keeping effort, the very first Haiti, Somalia, and Kosovo. It is also the story of how the Cold War began, as well-meaning diplomats failed to understand Wilson's concept of the proper uses of force. It is a story of crucial importance to the United States in the new, post Cold-War world."--Jacket.

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