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War and Crises 1914-1948 - Vol.1: The Road to Free Trade: Warren L. Hickman: Volume 1 has an interesting account of how Roosevelt provided materials to British prior to USA entering the war.


Nenagh, 1914-21: Years of Crises (Paperback)

Nenagh, 1914-21: Years of Crises

POSTCARD, CA 1910, RUSSIA ~~ A nice imitation of medieval age: ABC-book with ancient Cyrillic Russian letters and a boy in the suit of Russian old noble (=boyarin). In 1900-1910 The Romanovs brought a fashion to everything that could remind of the Ruriks, the Tzar dynasty with a 700-year history in Russia; this was caused by several crises and fall of The Romanovs' popularity.

America: Great Crises in Our History Told By Its Makers, ...The Civil War: 1861-1865 (A Library of Original Sources)

War and Crises, 1914-1948 - Vol.2: The Road to Free Trade - Volume 2: Warren L. Hickman: An amazing insight into policies during WWII and post war recovery.

The Federal Reserve System: A History by Donald R. Wells. $31.81. Author: Donald R. Wells. Publisher: McFarland & Company (August 2004). Publication: August 2004

{Free today 11.15. May not be tomorrow. Grab and snatch.} Free e-book. America: The Great War 1914-1916 (America, Great Crises In Our History Told by it's Makers)

The Great War of 1914-1918 confronted the United States with one of the most wrenching crises in the nation's history. It also left a residue of disruption and disillusion that spawned an even more ruinous conflict scarcely a generation later. Over Here is the single-most comprehensive discussion of the impact of World War I on American society.

Origins of the First World War summarizes and analyses the policies, issues and crises that brought Europe to war in 1914. Martel explains the position of each of the great powers, and their place in the system of alliances that dominated international politics. He examines the strategic and political problems that confronted each power, and the way in which society and economics influenced the decision-making process.