The 'Lusitania' Case: Was Bryan's Resignation Justified?

By: Historicus Junior [Henschel, Albert Edward]

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Book Condition: Near Fine


Corners faintly creased, overall quite well preserved. 1915 Stapled Binding. 71 pp. Original wrappers. Stapled binding. A publication which, based on the preface, seems to argue that the German sinking of the passenger ship Lusitania was a justifiable act. It defends the resignation of Secretary of State W.J. Bryan, which stemmed from a disagreement with Woodrow Wilson about how to respond to the tragedy. An interesting document of the clashing sensibilities of statesmen at a pivotal moment in world history.

Title: The 'Lusitania' Case: Was Bryan's Resignation Justified?

Author: Historicus Junior [Henschel, Albert Edward]

Categories: Military, American, European,

Publisher: Hugh H. Masterson: 1915

Binding: Stapled Binding

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 1815798

Keywords: HISTORY DISASTER DISASTERS WORLD WAR I WWI CIVILIAN CASUALTIES DEATH LUSITANIA SINKING,