THE BARBARY WARS: American Independence in the Atlantic World
Reveals the way America's earliest clash with the Arab world in 1801--concerning piracy in the Mediterranean Sea--was a battle for economic advantage rather than of cultural or religious differences. Illus.
Publisher: Hill & Wang
Item #: 6899560
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