American Diplomacy During the World War

In This Review

American Diplomacy During the World War

By Charles M. Seymour
Johns Hopkins Press, 1934
417 pp. $3.00

A series of lectures delivered at the Page School of International Relations by a leading American authority on the subject. Specifically, he discusses the question of how Wilson, determined at first to stay out of the war, was finally driven to the conclusion that the United States must take a hand. "It was the German submarine warfare and nothing else that forced him to lead America into war."

More Reviews on The World War From This Issue

Browse All Capsule Reviews

Related Articles

This site uses cookies to improve your user experience. Click here to learn more.