2 edition of America at war, 1917-1918 found in the catalog.
America at war, 1917-1918
First published as v.2 of the author"s American democracy and the World War.
|Statement||Frederic L. Paxson.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||465 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||465|
THE U.S. ARMY IN WORLD WAR I, – 11 cavalryman of long acquaintance, as the AEF Chief of Staff. Together, they settled on thirty other ofﬁcers, including Maj. Fox Conner, who would end the war as the AEF’s Chief of Operations (G–3), and Capt. Hugh Drum, who would later become the Chief of Staff of the U.S. First Size: KB. Over There in the Air: The Fightin' Texas Aggies in World War I, John A. Adams Jr. Texas A&M University Press, Patriots from the Barrio. Dave Gutierrez. Westholme Publishing, Rocky Boyer's War: An Unvarnished History of the Air Blitz that Won the War in the Southwest Pacific. Allen D. Boyer. Naval Institute Press,
Read this book on Questia. Industrial America in the World War: The Strategy behind the Line, by Grosvenor B. Clarkson, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Industrial America in the World War: The Strategy behind the Line, (). William Sohier Bryant, , of New York City, was a Brigade surgeon in the Spanish and American War and a Major in the First World War where he served with the American Red Cross in Paris and Bologna, Italy. From the William Sohier Bryant Papers, R. Stanton Avery Collections, NEHGS. Delormel family at harvest time,
The Last Days of Innocence: America at War , by Meirion and Susie Harries (read 11 Jan ) Though the authors of this book live in England and were educated at Cambridge and Oxford, this book has no bias as to the British, and concentrates on the U.S. in World War One/5(3). Two days after the U.S. Senate voted 82 to 6 to declare war against Germany, the U.S. House of Representatives endorses the declaration by a .
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In the Spring ofAmerica went to war with an innocent determination to re-make the world. When the smoke lifted in Novemberthe nation emerged with its sense of purpose shattered, its certainties shaken, and with a new and unwelcome by: 9. The book tells the story of America's reactions to the beginning of the war in ; what America was America at war at that time; America at war, how the country began to move toward war.
The book chronicles America life, year by year, until; finally, President Wilson asks for and the Congress declares war, in April, Author: Mr. Philip 1917-1918 book. Keith. The Last Days of Innocence: America at War, offers the reader a decent and balanced view of America's role and involvment in the Great War.
If you wanted one book that would provide you with a detailed account of the United States' role in the Great War this is it. The author's cover every aspect of America's involvement in WW/5.
A commemorative, in words and illustrations, of America's involvement in the Great War; or, as it became known later, World War I. The book tells the story of America's reactions to the beginning of the war in ; what America was like at that time; and, how the country began to move toward : Philip Keith.
Originally published as v. 2 of the author's American democracy and the world war. Description: pages 24 cm: Contents: 1. pre-war years, America at War, postwar years: normalcy, Other Titles: American democracy and the world war.
America at war. America's munitions report of Benedict Crowell, the Assistant Secretary of War, Director of Munitions by United States. War Dept; Crowell, Benedict, Pages: 65 rows (–) Location: Europe, Africa, Asia, Middle East, the Pacific Islands, and coast of.
Get this from a library. America at war, [Frederic L Paxson]. THE LAST DAYS OF INNOCENCE: AMERICA AT WAR,by Meirion and Susie Harries, Random House, $ Published to coincide with the 80th anniversary of the United States’ entry into World War I, the authors offer insight into the underrated role that America played during the war in which some five million American servicemen took part, with more than a quarter of a million of them Author: Historynet Staff.
THE LAST DAYS OF INNOCENCE: AMERICA AT WAR Harries and Harries Vintage Books, Not reviewed yet. DOUGHBOYS: THE GREAT WAR AND THE REMAKING OF AMERICA Keene, Jennifer D. Johns Hopkins University Press, Super on the social heritage of the AEF experience.
Click here to view extended excerpt. The AMERICAN HERITAGE HISTORY OF. America's entry into the World War in April presented the United States Army with its greatest challenge in the nation's history. This book examines the U.S.
Army's involvement in the Great War from the declaration of war on 6 April through the initial phase of the German Spring Offensive in March–April Format: NOOK Book (Ebook).
How America Went to War: The Armies of Industry: Volume II: Our Nation's Manufacture of Munitions for a World in Arms by Crowell, Benedict and Robert Forrest Wilso and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Project Gutenberg's America's Munitionsby Benedict Crowell This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere in the United States and most other parts of the world at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
THE LAST DAYS OF INNOCENCE: America at War, User Review - Kirkus. A lively and persuasive history of America's experience in WW I, stressing the impact of that immense struggle on the nation's identity, by a prolific husband-and-wife writing team (Soldiers of the Read full review4/5(3).
A lively and persuasive history of America's experience in WW I, stressing the impact of that immense struggle on the nation's identity, by a prolific husband-and-wife writing team (Soldiers of the Sun: The Rise and Fall of the Imperial Japanese Army,etc.).
America had assumed a crucial role in the war, the authors argue, long before a single American soldier reached the front lines. The Last Days of Innocence: America at War, by Harries, Meirion and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Over There The United States in the Great Warby Byron Farwell (read 25 Jul ) This is the fourth book by Farwell I have read.
The other /5(3). The United States declared war on Germany on April 6,nearly three years after World War I started. A ceasefire and Armistice was declared on Novem Before entering the war, the U.S.
had remained neutral, though it had been an important supplier to the United Kingdom, France, and the other Allied powers. Related names. Contributor: Farwell, Byron. Subjects. World War, — United States.
United States — History — Summary "When the United States finally declared war on Germany on April 6,the British and French armies were at a point of total exhaustion, and within two weeks the French troops had mutinied, leaving the Western Front practically undefended.
In the Spring ofAmerica went to war with an innocent determination to re-make the world. When the smoke lifted in Novemberthe nation emerged with its sense of purpose shattered, its certainties shaken, and with a new and unwelcome self-knowledge.
Prof. Lamay Licursi (Siena College), examines American memory and memorialization of the Great War, in part to understand why the events of seem to have stirred a “great apathy” in the public’s memory, particularly in contrast to the Second World War.
Lamay Licursi addresses four. America's Munitions by United States War Dept. Publication date Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Harvard University Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Addeddate Pages: America's entry into the World War in April presented the United States Army with its greatest challenge in the nation's history. This book examines the U.S. Army's involvement in the Great War from the declaration of war on 6 April through the initial phase of the German Spring Offensive in March–April