of an Anglophil ambassador with Wilson's neutrality). J. S. Bassett, Our War With Germany. J. B. McMaster, The United States in the
World War ( 2 vols.). B. Crowell and
R. F. Wilson, How America Went
to War ( 6 vols.). J. K. Turner, Shall It Be Again? (pacifist criticism). G. B. Clarkson, Industrial America in the World War.
|1. || America's isolation and neutrality at the beginning of the war.|
|2. ||Reasons for American intervention.|
|a. ||The submarine campaign.|
|b. ||German and Austrian intrigues in U. S. and Latin America.|
|c. ||Indignation regarding German autocracy, militarism, "ruthlessness," imperialism, and disregard for international law.|
|d. ||Sympathy for Belgium, France, and England.|
|e. ||Conception of the war as a conflict between autocracy and
|f. ||Allied propaganda.|
|g. ||Economic interests--loans, munitions, supplies, shipping, etc.|
|3. || America's War aims as voiced by Wilson.|
|4. ||Psychological effects.|
|5. ||Economic and military contributions to Allied cause.|
|6. ||Intervention of other nations.|
|a. ||Declarations of war by Cuba, Panama, China, Brazil, Siam, Liberia, and Greece in 1917.|
|b. ||Subsequent intervention by Guatemala, Costa Rica, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua.|
|c. ||Severance of diplomatic relations by Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru, Santo Domingo, Uruguay.|
D. CONTINUATION OF THE MILITARY DEADLOCK IN 1917.References:-- * Hayes, ch. xii. Encyc. Brit., XXXI, 304-8, 603-8; XXXII, 988-91, 811-22. # World Peace Foundation, I, no. 7 ( The Supreme
War Council). Dane, British Campaigns in the Nearer East.#
Earle, Turkey, etc. Abbott, Greece and the Allies. Adamov, Les puissances
européennes et la Grèce. Memoirs of Haig, Ludendorff, Hindenburg, Djemal, etc., and general works above.
|1. ||1. Allied advances against the Hindenburg line.|
|2. ||2. Allied successes in the Near East.|
|a. ||(a) Maude's campaign in Mesopotamia.|
|b. ||(b) Allenby's campaign in Palestine.|
|c. ||(c) Intervention in Greece.|
|3. ||3. The Italian disaster at Caporetto.|
|4. ||4. Establishment of the Supreme War Council.|
E. WAR AIMS AND "DEFEATISM."References:--* Hayes, 287-93, 297-8. #
Gooch, 626-37. Dickinson, Peace Proposals. Pribram, Austrian Foreign Policy. Manteyer, Austria's
Peace Offer. Laloy, Les Documents secrets. Bevan, German Social
Democracy. # Encyc. Brit., XXX, 339-40.
|1. || Pope Benedict XV's plea for a "just and lasting peace."|
|2. ||Socialist opposition to aggressive war aims; the Stockholm conference.|
|3. ||"Defeatism" in France and Italy.|
|4. ||The secret Austrian overtures for peace.|
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Book title: Syllabus on International Relations.
Contributors: Parker Thomas Moon - Author, Institute of International Education (New York, N.Y.) - OrganizationName.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1925.
Page number: 117.
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