4 edition of Indiana public opinion and the World War, 1914-1917 found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. -272.
|Statement||by Cedric C. Cummins.|
|Series||Indiana historical collections,, v. 28|
|Contributions||Indiana Historical Bureau.|
|LC Classifications||D570.85.I6 C8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 292 p.|
|Number of Pages||292|
|LC Control Number||46027016|
Home Front, UK, First World War WW1 British Home Front First World War Romanian Campaign , Balkans, Indiana public opinion and the World War LBY 78 / Object category Books Production date ALLIED FORCES COOKERY BOOK (CONTAINING OVER RECIPES) (Author) H.W. Cave (printers) (Publisher). Main Decisions for War, Holger H. Herwig. Focusing on the choices made by coteries, this study examines the perplexing question of why World War I happened. In each case, the decision to enter the war was made by a handful of individuals--monarchs, ministers, military people, party leaders, ambassadors, and a few others.
During the s, publicity regarding the role of munitions makers in the war was aroused by the publication of exposés such as Seymour Waldman’s Death and Profits (), a Book-of-the Month club selection that portrayed a “world-wide munitions racket,” and Merchants of Death (), by H.C. Englebrecht and F.C. Hanighen. The latter. The World War and American Isolation , by Ernest R. May (read 1 Nov ) This is a book which does a really superlative job studying our relations with Germany and Britain during the years leading up to April 6, I really got a different slant on the time from what I got from Arthur Link's works on Wilson/5(1).
Five Weeks: The Surge of Public Opinion on the Eve of the Great War () online Squires, James Duane. British Propaganda at Home and in the United States from to (Harvard University Press, ). “British war aims and German peace feelers during the First World War (December November ),” Historical Journal, Vol. 15, Fischer, Fritz.
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Indiana Public Opinion and the World War, Cedric C. Cummins. Information garnered mainly from Indiana newspapers; how Hoosiers felt about America's participation in World War I. cloth / pp. / / ISBN / $ Order No.
The Hoosier Cabinet in Kitchen History. Nancy R. Hiller. Indiana public opinion and the World War, Indianapolis, Indiana Historical Bureau, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors Indiana public opinion and the World War Contributors: Cedric Clisten Cummins; Indiana Historical Bureau.
The Resource Indiana public opinion and the World War,by Cedric C. Cummins. Battles in Indiana, Indiana and the Civil War, the Battle at Tippecanoe, George Rogers Clark at Vincennes, Indiana Civil War Soldiers, Indiana and World War I. Also: in the Mexican War, in the Spanish-American War.
Selected free online books and articles. Find the Directory for 90+ pages in this collection at History of the Great Lakes States. Bibliography: p.  Indiana public opinion and the World War, Item PreviewPages: Indiana public opinion and the World War, Indianapolis, Indiana Historical Bureau, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Cedric Clisten Cummins; Indiana Historical Bureau.
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European War Poems by Indiana Authors. Indiana Historical Commission, World War I and American public opinion, Walter Edmund Hicks University of Louisville Follow this and additional works at: Part of the History Commons Recommended Citation Hicks, Walter Edmund, "World War I and American public opinion, " ().
Electronic Theses and Dissertations. Fulton County in the World War. Request This. Indiana public opinion and the World War, Cummins, Cedric, DI6 C8.
The war purse of Indiana; the five liberty loans and war savings and thrift campaigns in Indiana during the world war, by Walter Greenough. Greenough, Walter Sidney. Clay County's answer, an authentic review of Clay County's participation in the World War DI6 C6 Indiana public opinion and the World War, Progressivism to Prosperity: World War I and American Society (New York: Holmes and Meier, ).
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A History of the Great War, (), military history from British perspective; Cummins, Cedric Clisten. Indiana public opinion and the World War,().
The main arguments were repeated, however, in World Politics in Modern Civilization, New York, Knopf,pp. –63, and, buttressed by selections from later material, in “The World War of –,” War in the Twentieth Century, ed. by Willard Waller, New York, Random House,pp. 39– book, reviewed, Cummins, Cedric C, Indiana Pub lic Opinion and the World War, U, reviewed, Danner, Mrs.
Effa M., "The Cale donia Church and Cemetery," "Dearborn County Marriage Rec ords, ," Democratic counties in Indiana, Diary of A Public Man, An Inti mate View of the National Ad.
Crighton, John C. Missouri and the World War, – a study in public opinion (University of Missouri, ) OCLC ; Coffman, Edward M. The War to End All Wars: The American Military Experience in World War I () ISBN OCLC ; Cummins, Cedric Clisten.
Indiana public opinion and the World War, – In The World War and American Isolation,Ernest R. May describes In s Model Treaty, John Adams imagined a Revolutionary alliance with France that came with no insinuation of further political ties, but of promises of strong commercial relations/5.
Indiana Public Opinion and the World War by Cedric C. Cummins Indiana Public Opinion and the World War by Cedric C. Cummins (pp. It gives a short, concise review of anti-German hysteria. The role of newspaper cartoons was also very important in the propaganda field during World War I.
Newspaper cartoons were used extensively in the Franco-Prussian War ofand they. officially called the Special Committee on Investigation of the Munitions Industry, studied the causes of US involvement in World War I 'Road to War-American, ' by Walter Millis a book describing US involvement in World War I, stated that US participation in the war was a mistake, anti-war sentiment.
This guide contains a sample of The Newberry's resources on this topic. To locate additional resources, please check our catalog or consult a reference librarian. The following subject headings may be useful: World War, – Registers World War, – Regimental histories World War, – [State] GUIDES AND BIBLIOGRAPHIES .The book Decisions for War,by Richard F.
Hamilton and Holger H. Herwig, offers an effectively formatted review of the causes which led to the First World authors, by segmenting their work by the individual countries involved, provide the reader with a less complicated route in understanding their new thesis – Hamilton and Herwig’s contention that.
Throughout the period of –, the Polish question in the Russian press was incorporated within the German‑Russian Great War confrontation theme. At the outbreak of the war, it was a mere rhetorical construction, applied as a pretext for the anti‑German campaign and aimed at boosting the empire’s war effort.