The Times History and Encyclopaedia of the War - Part 157, August (Aug.) 21, 1917

By: Correspondents of The Times

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Many excellent black and white illustrations. Contents: Chapter CXCIV - The United States at War - the rupture of relations with Germany, Woodrow Wilson's Policy, Last Hopes of Peace, German Ships in American Ports, Attempts to bully Mr. Gerard, German attempts to reopen negotiations, arming of American ships, Pacifist Demonstration in Washington (with photo), more submarine crimes, text of the President's message, Military unpreparedness, German Plots, Public Opinion, The Joffre and Balfour Missions, Adoption of Conscription, The Army Draft Law, American troops for France, General Pershing, The Liberty Loan, and more. Front cover illustration of Major-General Pershing, in command of U.S. forces in France. Somewhat above-average wear. Soiling to front cover. Sound copy. Please note: readers of this part are encouraged to read Part 59 (American Opinion and the First Years of the War) and Part 140 (The End of American Neutrality).