2 edition of Strategic value of her West Indian possessions to the United States. found in the catalog.
Strategic value of her West Indian possessions to the United States.
William Voorhees Judson
|Series||Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science -- v. 19, no. 3|
|Contributions||American Academy of Political and Social Science.|
|LC Classifications||H1 .A4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||391|
During the spring of , Colonel B.J.D. Irwin, Assistant Surgeon General, U.S. Army Retired, gathered together and organized a group of fellow officers in Chicago and at Fort Sheridan all of whom had participated in the Plains Indian purpose of this gathering was to organize “ a Society that should stand related to the Indian Wars of the United States”. The military planners knew this as well as and better than most and often noted this fact in the draft plans they wrote. 27 But as a strategic exercise it was of great value, for it forced the military planners to consider seriously the problems presented by a war in which the United States would have to fight simultaneously in the Atlantic and.
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History of the West Indian Peoples - From Earliest Times to the 17th Century Book 3 of History of the West Indian Peoples History of the West Indian Peoples: From Earliest Times to the 17th Century, Edward Henry Carter Nelson Caribbean: Authors: E. H. Carter, G. W. Digby, R. N. Murray: Edition: reprint: Publisher: Nelson Thornes, ISBN. 3 Partly to ensure such a dependence of the United States upon herself, and partly to procure a granary for her West Indian Islands, France now urged Spain to give her Louisiana and Florida, promising protection against the American advance. 7 The Alleghenies seemed to the leaders of French policy the proper boundaries for the Union.
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STRATEGIC VALUE OF HER WEST INDIAN POS-SESSIONS TO THE UNITED STATES. Prior to I the United States was the strongest of all nations on the defensive. Our population was self-sus- VALUE OF THE WEST INDIA POSSESSIONS committed to the defence of Cuba, which, as in all such cases, was possible only if maritime communication with the.
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If a war should break out between the United States and Spain, the situation under existing circumstances would be briefly as follows: 1st. Spain itself could be attacked. This would involve an unduly large. This book is an international history of the relations between the United States, Britain, and the West Indies during the long decolonization of the latter.
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