By Robert L. Beisner
The US has shaped alliances, exchanged diplomats, traded items and providers, and fought wars with international locations on each continent yet Antarctica. and other people have written books, articles, studies, and papers by way of the hundreds of thousands on those subjects.In American overseas kinfolk due to the fact that 1600, the 2002 president of the Society for Historians of yank international family, Robert Beisner, has labored with contributors of SHAFR to bring together the main exhaustive survey of writing on American international family ever released. overlaying four hundred years of yank background, his workforce of editors—all most sensible specialists within the field—have referenced and annotated approximately 20,000 released and nonpublished works. it is all right here, from the Mayflower Compact to the My Lai bloodbath, from the conflict of 1812 to the struggle on terrorism, from the pre-Revolutionary period to the post-Cold battle international.
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American Foreign Relations Since 1600: A Guide to the Literature, Second Edition by Robert L. Beisner