The Zimmermann telegram

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Macmillan, 1966 - History - 244 pages
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The story of the German plan to bribe Mexico to attack the United States during World War I and its results.

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A well researched and compelling story! - Goodreads
Tuchman is such a great writer! - Goodreads
Really! Tuchman is the best writer of history ever. - Goodreads
This is history writing of the highest order. - Goodreads
In world affairs it was a German Minister's minor plot. - Goodreads

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Author Barbara W. Tuchman does an excellent job of bringing to light all of the detailed little events that transpired in the lead up to the decision for the United States to enter the war on the side ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jon Smith - Goodreads

Fascinating story about how Germany almost coaxed Mexico and Japan into a war with the US during World War I. Those who liked the movie IMITATION GAME would like the discussion of code-breaking and its impacts during war. Read full review

Contents

A Telegram Waylaid
3
The Clever Kaiser and the Yellow Peril
25
Seize the Customs House at Once
39
Copyright

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