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Studies in America"s news of the European War. by H. Schuyler Foster

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  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Public opinion,
  • Press -- United States

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LC ClassificationsD632 .F67
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Pagination355 l.
Number of Pages355
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5081099M
LC Control Number74152093

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In November, the first American combat troops entered the European war, landing in French Morocco and pushing the Germans east while the British pushed west. By , the Allies had pushed Axis forces out of Africa. In January President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill met at Casablanca to discuss the next step of the European war. Excerpt from Research Paper: Fitzgerald contrast Americans and Europeans. The characters and the development of events in Tender is the Night are strongly influenced by the historic period the author along with the whole world were going through. Fitzgerald's own experience of living in Europe after the First World War along with his concerns and the problems he encountered as an expat find. New Studies in European History Series 58 primary works • 58 total works The aim of this series in early modern and modern European history is to publish outstanding works of research, addressed to important themes across a wide geographical range, from southern and central Europe, to Scandinavia and Russia, from the time of the Renaissance. The European Journal of American Studies is the official journal of the European Association for American Studies. Two or three issues are published each year. Each issue is either thematically composed or incrementally evolutive.

"An exciting volume of essays, with transnational perspectives that add to the fields of global studies and American studies. Contributors stress the significance of the expatriate experience in the evolution of American and European cultures as well as in the careers of writers from to the present. The American Revolution, Civil War, and World War II merit the longest entries, with sidebars featuring portions of letters, diaries, and orders written by soldiers. Each entry is clear enough to stand on its own, but the entire book reads as a flowing s: 5. Tomás Irish is Lecturer in Modern History at Swansea University, UK. He is the author of The University at War Britain, France and the United States (Palgrave, ), and Trinity in War and Revolution (). Marie-Eve Chagnon is part-time faculty member at the Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada. Americans at War would be of use to students of history, literature, American studies, war studies, and media studies, and of interest to the rest of us, who just want to know what the world is made of. There is also Jonathan Sutherland's African Americans at War: An Encyclopedia,