A Hero’s Welcome: Theodore Roosevelt’s Triumphal Tour of Europe in 1910

@inproceedings{Ricard2012AHW,
  title={A Hero’s Welcome: Theodore Roosevelt’s Triumphal Tour of Europe in 1910},
  author={Serge Ricard},
  year={2012}
}
One most extraordinary thing about the ex-president’s European tour was his and the United States’ popularity and prestige. Another was that everywhere he went, he was perfectly attuned to his interlocutors, not simply on account of his charm and sociability, but also especially thanks to his phenomenal knowledge of their cultures. In that sense, he was a rare breed of American, cosmopolitan and erudite, and an omnivorous reader to boot. America could not have sent a better messenger, a greater… 
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