There is a Star

July 1940
Saturday Evening Post;7/20/1940, Vol. 213 Issue 3, p26
Presents views on the involvement of the U.S. government in World War I. Discussion on the U.S. doctrine of limited armaments; Opinion on the exertions of the government for a millennium of peace and prosperity in Europe; Overview of the military power and warfare of the U.S.


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