978-0-393-30217-2 / 9780393302172

The Decision to Intervene: Soviet-American Relations, 1917-1920, Vol. 2


Publisher:W. W. Norton & Company



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As with the first volume, an extraordinarily complex story is developed with great skill, scholarship and reflective analysis. Foreign Affairs

In 1918 the United States government decided to involve itself with the Russian Revolution by sending troops to Siberia. This book recreates that unhappily memorable storythe arrival of British marines at Murmansk, the diplomatic maneuvering, the growing Russian hostility, the uprising of the Czechoslovak troops in central Siberia which threatened to overturn the Bolsheviks, the acquisitive ambitions of the Japanese in Manchuria, and finally the decision by President Woodrow Wilson to intervene with American troops.

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