Progress of Nations: The Story of the World and of Its Peoples from the Dawn of History to the Present Day, Chronicled with the Assistance of Eminent Historians from Leading Universities and Colleges and Published in the Interests of the Disabled American Veterans of the World War and of a Patriotic and Intelligent Americanism...
Department, of rehabilitation, Disabled American veterans of the world war, 1937 - World history
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PART ONESECESSION AND CIVIL
CHAPTER IITHE COUNTRY AND THE COMBATANTS
CHAPTER IIITHE CALL TO ARMS
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