America's First Intervention in European Politics: Theodore Roosevelt and the European Crisis of 1905–1906

  title={America's First Intervention in European Politics: Theodore Roosevelt and the European Crisis of 1905–1906},
  author={Douglas Eden},
  • D. Eden
  • Published 24 November 2011
  • Geography
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