The Zimmermann Telegram

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Macmillan, 1966 - History - 244 pages
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User Review  - Eric - Goodreads

Entertaining early effort by one of my more liked authors. Sheds light on the conduct of Wilson, which has as ironic echo in today's events (where the war crowd and the the tolerance crowd are at odds ... Read full review

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User Review  - Shanzeh - Goodreads

The Zimmermann Telegram, by eloquent and esteemed author Barbara Tuchman, delves into the secretive story of the explosive telegram that led to America's role in World War One. She paints a picture of ... 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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Barbara W. Tuchman achieved prominence as a historian with "The Zimmermann Telegram "and international fame with "The Guns of August," which won the Pulitzer Prize. There followed five more books: "The Proud Tower," "Stilwell and the American Experience in China" (also awarded the Pulitzer Prize), "A Distant Mirror," "Practicing History," and "The March of Folly," "The First Salute" was Mrs. Tuchman's last book before her death in February 1989.

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