The fourteen points and what became of them--foreign propaganda in the public schools--rewriting the history of the United States--the espionage act and how it worked--"illegal and indefensible blockade" of the Central powers--1,000,000 victims of starvation--our debt to France and to Germany--the war vote in Congress--truth about the Belgian atrocities--our treaty with Germany and how observed--the alien property custodianship--secret will of Cecil Rhodes--racial strains in American life--Germantown settlement of 1683 and a thousand other topics,
by Frederick Franklin Schrader.
|Main Author:||Schrader, Frederick Franklin, b. 1857.|
[New York : Concord Pub. Co., incorporated, c1920]
World War, 1914-1918
World War, 1914-1918 /
Germans > Germans / United States.
2 p. l., -250, viii p.
front. (port.) illus. (incl. ports., facsims.)
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