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The Resource Secret wars and secret policies in the Americas, 1842-1929, Friedrich E. Schuler, (electronic resource)

Secret wars and secret policies in the Americas, 1842-1929, Friedrich E. Schuler, (electronic resource)

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Secret wars and secret policies in the Americas, 1842-1929
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Secret wars and secret policies in the Americas, 1842-1929
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Friedrich E. Schuler
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eng
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MiAaPQ
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  • maps
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index present
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
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Secret wars and secret policies in the Americas, 1842-1929, Friedrich E. Schuler, (electronic resource)
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Secret wars and secret policies in the Americas, 1842-1929, Friedrich E. Schuler, (electronic resource)
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 542-553) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
[Pt.] I. Imperial powers turn ethnic people into a security threat (1860-1914). Before European and Japanese governments manipulated immigrants in the Americas -- Becoming useful : the first Japanese and German experiments with ethnic manipulations in the West -- Mexico discovers Japan as a potential strategic wedge against the United States -- [pt.] II. The secret warfare that established the benchmark for future Allied war fears (1910-18). The Mexican Revolution : the first complex Japanese policy in Latin America beyond diplomacy -- Four waves of secret warfare -- Japan's navy exploits the opportunities World War I offers -- President Carranza explores warfare against the United States : certainly not a victim -- The war breaks all certainties of imperialism : the Battle of Jutland and the collapse of Allied war financing -- The Zimmerman telegram and its aftermath : a research update -- Argentina's president Hipólito Irigoyen : personalist hispanista secret diplomacy -- [pt.] III. In expectation of failure of the League of Nations (1919-22). Venustiano Carranza and Japanese spies move next to ethnic businessmen and emigrants in Latin America (1919-22) -- Argentina imagines arming itself in the midst of more Japanese spying -- [pt.] IV. Not acting as U.S., British, and French political idealists had hoped (1922-24). Latin American diplomats assert a policy of armed peace -- Italian, German, and Japanese governments and Soviet communists resume manipulations of ethnic communities and workers in the Americas (1923) -- Spain's elites lay the foundations for a global Iberian commonwealth -- [pt.] V. Forging military connections for the transnational fascism of the 1930s (1925-28). Now that we can arm freely -- Primo de Rivera and Alfonso XIII exploit Germany's secret rearmament -- [pt.] VI. In place of an end : a sketch of the new round of secret activities
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xi, 564 p.
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  • online
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ill., map.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
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