THE CAUSE OF ALL NATIONS: An International History of the American Civil War
The Civil War was viewed abroad as part of a much larger struggle for democracy that spanned the Atlantic Ocean and had begun with the American and French Revolutions. The author reveals that foreign observers held widely divergent views on the war, some hoping that the collapse of the Union would strike a death blow against democratic movements on both sides of the Atlantic. Photos.
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