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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“In itself the Zimmermann telegram was only a pebble on the long road of history. But a pebble can kill a Goliath, and this one killed the American illusion that we could go about our business happily ... Read full review

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User Review  - Tim Warren - Goodreads

Kind of interesting, but not enthralling. It has a flowery style of over expression that makes for a tiring read - a little like a high school creative writing assignment. 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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