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Book The world war and its consequences; being lectures in the course on patriotism delivered at the University of Pittsburgh during the summer session of 1918, by William Herbert Hobbs. With an introduction by Theodore Roosevelt.
Publication year: 1919.
Call Number D523 .H63
Media class: Book
Publisher: New York,London, G. P. Putnam's Sons
Extent: xiv p., 1 ℓ., 446 p. ; 21 cm.
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The historical background of the war.--The launching of the war, the record of twelve days.--The plot against democracy.--Our debt to France.--The military masters of Germany.--The discipline of the individual in Germany.--How Germany prepared for war by peaceful penetration.--The "Greater empire" of German expansion, "Deutschtum im ausland".--How Germany makes war, atrocities under system.--German conspiracies against the United States.--America's attitude toward the war, the preparedness movement.--Pacifist propaganda and its consequences.--"Peace without victory."--The "freedom of the seas".--German preparations for the next war.--The peace terms of democracy.--Internationalism versus a league of the democratic nations.--The teaching of patriotism.--Afterword.--Index.
The official record of the United States' part in the great war : the government account of the thirteen American battles and ... the army of four million men, prepared under the instructions of the Secretary of war ... Complete official stories by the Adjutant general's office describing the heroic exploits of the seventy-eight congressional medal of honor men. Complete official register of awards of the distinguished service cross ... and distinguished service medal.