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Hendrick, Burton Jesse, 1870-1949; Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924; Page, Walter Hines, 1855-1918. Originallly published 1922-25. Vol. III: Containing the letters to Woodrow Wilson.
Hendrick, Burton Jesse, 1870-1949; Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924; Page, Walter Hines, 1855-1918. Page, Walter Hines, 1855-1918. Garden City, N. Y. : Doubleday, Page & Co. Collection. ncbio; unclibraries; americana. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. University Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Plates and portraits printed on both sides.
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Burton Jesse Hendrick (1870-1949) was born in New Haven, Connecticut. He won the 1923 Pulitzer Prize for The Life and Letters of Walter H. Page and again in 1929 for The Training of an American
Burton Jesse Hendrick (1870-1949) was born in New Haven, Connecticut. Page and again in 1929 for The Training of an American.
Volume II. List of illustrations. The. Life and letters. Volume II. Contents. The life and letters of walter h. page. Chapter XIV. The "Lusitania"-and after. Page, Volume I. By Burton Jesse Hendrick. The Victory At Sea. By Burton Jesse Hendrick, William Sowden Sims. The Age of Big Business: A Chronicle of the Captains of Industry. The History Manifesto.
Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader. The news of the Lusitania was received at the American Embassy at four o'clock on the afternoon of May 7 1915. At that time preparations were under way for a dinner in honour of Colonel and Mrs. House. the first Lusitania announcement declared that only the ship itself had been destroyed and that all the passengers and members of the crew had been saved; there was therefore no good reason for abandoning this dinner. Excerpt from Chapter 1). MoreLess Show More Show Less.
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Home Browse Books Book details, The Life and Letters of Walter H. FREE! Page, Walter Hines The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th e. 2018. Publication year: 1922. Volume: 2. Contributors: Burton J. Hendrick. Subjects: Page, Walter Hines, 1855-1918. Page - Vol. 2. By Burton J. FREE! protection The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th e. United States-Foreign Relations-Great Britain. Great Britain-Foreign Relations-United States. Title Page iii. Contents v.
Volume II. II. And now came the period of distress and of disillusionment
Volume II. The lusitania-and after. And now came the period of distress and of disillusionment. Three Lusitania notes were sent and were evasively answered, and Washington still seemed to be marking time.
Burton Jesse Hendrick (1870–1949), born in New Haven, Connecticut, was an American author. He received his BA in 1895 and his master's in 1897 from Yale. In 1919, Hendrick began writing biographies, when he was the ghostwriter of Ambassador Morgenthau's Story for Henry Morgenthau, S. . Garden city new york doubleday, page & company 1924
Volume II. Garden city new york doubleday, page & company 1924. Printed in the united states at the country life press, garden city, . Chapter page XIV. The "Lusitania" and after 1 XV. The ambassador and the lawyers 53 XVI.
In three vast and illustrated volumes, written by Burton J. Hendrick, this set is considered by many to be the definitive work on the life and labors of one of America's premier diplomats and a pioneer in publishing. Walter Hines Page (1855-1918) was an editor, publisher and diplomat, born in Cary, N.C. As editor of the Atlantic Monthly (1895-98), he added a political dimension to its coverage, boosting its popularity and prestige. In January 1900 he and Frank N. Doubleday founded the publishing house of Doubleday, Page and Company (afterward Doubleday and Company, Inc.) and the magazine The World's Work, which he edited until 1913. In 1911 Page was one of the first to propose Woodrow Wilson as a presidential candidate. One of Wilson's first acts after his inauguration in March 1913 was to appoint Page ambassador to Great Britain. Page served during a crucial period as U.S. ambassador to Britain (1913-18). During World War I, he worked strenuously to maintain closer elations between the two countries while the United States remained neutral and who, from an early stage of the war, urged U.S. intervention on an unwilling President Woodrow Wilson. Page was largely responsible for the repeal of a U.S. Panama Canal toll schedule that the British considered discriminatory. When a German submarine sank the British steamship Lusitania (May 7, 1915), with the loss of more than 100 American lives, Page called for a U.S. declaration of war. He insisted then and later that U.S. intervention at that time would have resulted in a swift victory for the Allies. In April 1917, when Wilson did ask Congress to declare war on Germany, he used the arguments that Page had been using for two and a half years. Always in precarious health and further weakened by his labors as ambassador, Page became so ill in August 1918 that Wilson accepted his retirement. Page died shortly after returning home.
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