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Title:
Essays in history and international relations, in honor of George Hubbard Blakeslee
Author:
Lee, Dwight Erwin, 1898- , editor.
Publication Information:
Worcester, Mass. : Clark Univ., 1949.
Physical Description:
xi, 324 pages : portrait ; 24 cm
General Note:
--England and the United States, 1897-1899, by N.M. Blake.--The Civil War blockade reconsidered, by E.B. Coddington.--The fall of protection in Britain, by A.H. Imlah.--Appendix: Bibliography of the works of George Hubbard Blakeslee, by Marion Henderson (p. [321]-324)
Language:
English
Contents:
The shifting strategy of American defense and diplomacy, by S.F. Bemis.--The United States, paramount power of the Pacific, by R.H. Fifield.--The United States and Greece: the Truman Doctrine in historical perspective, by L.S. Stavrianos.--Canada's Department of External Affairs, by H.L. Keenleyside.--Canada, the United States and Latin America, by E.H. Miller.--Sovereignty and imperialism in the polar regions, by Elmer Plischke.--United States immigration policy, 1882-1948, by J.P. Shalloo.--The two Paris Peace Conferences of the twentieth century, by F.L. Benns.--The Supreme Allied Command in Northern Europe, 1944-1945, by F.C. Pogue.--Influence of pro-Fascist propaganda on American neutrality, 1935-1936, by John Norman.--The nonapplication of sanctions against Japan, 1931-1932, by E.R. Perkins.--The United States and Chinese territorial integrity, 1908, by J.A. Miller.
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