[Reading] ➷ Americans in a Splintering Europe: Refugees, Missionaries and Journalists in World War I Author Mark Strecker – Heartforum.co.uk World War I began in August the United States did not enter the conflict until April During those nearly three years of neutrality, a small number of Americans did experience the horrors of the war World War I began in Augustthe United States a Splintering PDF/EPUB ½ did not enter the conflict until AprilDuring those nearly three years of neutrality, a small number of Americans did experience the horrors of the war zones of Europe Some ran for their lives as refugees while others, like journalists and doctors, headed toward the fighting Missionaries in Persia Americans in PDF or Iran and the Ottoman Empire became witnesses to both the Armenian genocide and the persecution of Assyrian Christians This history focuses on the war from the perspective of ordinary people who found themselves in the midst of what was then the most destructive and bloody war in history.
Although he wanted to become a comic book a Splintering PDF/EPUB ½ artist, a severe lack of talent in that area pushed author Mark Strecker toward his other loves, writing and history Aside from penning books, Mark also maintains a website, Mark Strecker s Historical Perspective markstrecker , on which he has articles, a travel log about historical sites he Americans in PDF or has visited, and Mark s Musings, short essays on current events in the context of history.
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- Americans in a Splintering Europe: Refugees, Missionaries and Journalists in World War I
- Mark Strecker
- 23 September 2017 Mark Strecker