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by Albert A Woldman

  • ISBN: 0837145031
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  • Author: Albert A Woldman
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Greenwood Press; New ed of 1952 ed edition (1970)
  • Pages: 311
  • ePub book: 1110 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1729 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
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Lincoln and the Russians. Lincoln and the Russians. by. Woldman, Albert A. Publication date.

Lincoln and the Russians. United States-Foreign relations-Soviet Union. Cleveland,: World Pub.

Lincoln And The Russians book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Albert A. Woldman.

Lincoln and the Russians Hardcover – 1970. All too often foreign policy is overlooked in treatments of the Civil War, and it is a shame that Woldman's book has been out of print for so long. Woldman (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. 5 people found this helpful.

Lincoln and the Russians by Albert Alexander Woldman .

Excerpt from Lincoln and the Russians: The Story of Russian-American Diplomatic Relations During the Civil War If the analogy between russian-american relations of Lincoln's day and those of the present period is not identical, the similarity is, never theless, substantial. Then as now the Russians as a people had never experienced real freedom. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Lincoln and the Russians. By Albert A. Is a Russian-American war inevitable? Must the conflicting political systems of the democratic United States and communistic Russia lead them to the battlefield? Or can they - despite their clashing ideologies - co-exist in peace and work together for the salvation of the world? The little-known story of American-Russian relations during the Civil War may help to furnish answers to these all-important questions.

Woldman, Albert A. Published by Collier Books.

Book Format: eBook Author Albert A. Woldman has investigated thoroughly the reports to St. Petersburg of Eduard de Stoeckl, Russian Minister to the United States.

Lincoln and the Russians, first published in 1952, is the first volume to explore extensively a much neglected aspect of American diplomatic relations: American-Russian relations prior to the First World War. It is only since the Russian Revolution of 1917 that emphasis has been placed on the subject of American-Russian diplomacy; yet Russia played an important part in achieving Lincoln’s goal in the Civil War: the preservation of Union. Author Albert A. (1952). Cleveland : World Publishing. You must be logged in to Tag Records. Lincoln and the Russians, Albert A. Woldman World Publishing Cleveland 1952. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1952, Lincoln and the Russians, Albert A. Woldman World Publishing Cleveland. Book, Online - Google Books. Description.

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A well written,concise, thoroughgoing look at a little known piece of american foreign policy. While there is a body of works dealing with our relations with other foreign powers,this work's uniqueness is notable. The work's treatment of Lincoln demonstrates his " man for all seasons" capabilities.A fascinating look at the U.S. emergence on the world stage.The book is out of print but available. A valuable addition to a civil war library based on its Lincoln insights and foreign policy analysis.
Jonide Jonide
During the Civil War, while Britain and France watched from the periphery, Russian sent ships on formal visits to Boston, New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. Part of a delicate diplomatic dance designed to stave off foreign support for the Confederacy and to bolster the international presence of Russia, the fleet visits were just part of the U.S.'s foreign policy moves that helped keep foreign powers from interfering in the U.S. Civil War. Drawing heavily upon the papers of Baron de Stoeckl, Russia's minister to the U.S., Woldman does an excellent job of exploring the motives and goals of diplomats from both nations. All too often foreign policy is overlooked in treatments of the Civil War, and it is a shame that Woldman's book has been out of print for so long.