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The United States and its place in world affairs, 1918-1943,

Author: Allan Nevins; Louis M Hacker; Columbia University.
Publisher: Boston, D.C. Heath and Company [1943]
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Nevins, Allan, 1890-1971.
United States and its place in world affairs, 1918-1943.
Boston, D.C. Heath and Company [1943]
(OCoLC)560232315
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Allan Nevins; Louis M Hacker; Columbia University.
OCLC Number: 259242
Notes: "Drawn up primarily by members of the Contemporary civilization staff of Columbia college ... It was then revised in accordance with suggestions from writers here represented and from Dean Joseph W. Barker."--Preface.
"The authors: Antoniń Basch, William J. Bossenbrook, Alfred L. Burt [and others]."
Description: x pages, 1 leaf, 612 pages including illustrations (maps) tables 23 cm
Contents: I. Democracy and revolutionary ideologies --
II. Western Europe from 1914 to the Great Depression --
III. The United States and its position in the 1920's --
IV. Europe's descent into international anarchy --
V. Eastern Europe between two wars --
VI. International rivalries in the Far East --
VII. The United States from the depression to the Second World War --
VIII. Military aspects of the Second World War --
IX. America's involvement in the war --
X. Mobilization for defense and war --
XI. What lies ahead.
Responsibility: edited by Allan Nevins and Louis M. Hacker.

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