An Ocean Apart: The Relationship Between Britain and America in the Twentieth Century

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Vintage Books, 1989 - Political Science - 415 pages
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Examines the partnership of the United States and Great Britain and attempts to uncover deeper sentiments and attitudes towards the other

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The special relationship between Britain and the United States has attracted much attention from historians; this book, in connection with a PBS series, synthesizes work on the topic for general ... Read full review

Contents

CENTRAL AMERICA AROUND 1910
36
EUROPE AFTER WORLD WAR I
83
Business and Society Between the World Wars
105
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