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THE JOINT AMERICAN MILITARY MISSION TO AID TURKEY: IMPLEMENTING THE TRUMAN DOCTRINE AND TRANSFORMING U.S. FOREIGN POLICY, 1947-1954
This dissertation examines the early history (1947-1954) of the Joint American Military Mission to Aid Turkey (JAMMAT) and its role in shaping U.S.-Turkish relations and as a window into the developing Cold War policies ...
World at War: Mexican Identities, Insurgents, and the French Occupation, 1862-1867
"World at War" focuses on the conditions of warfare inside Mexico during the mid-nineteenth century, specifically from 1862 through 1867. Despite 140 years of general Euro-American fascination with the French Intervention, ...
Onward Christian Administrators
American Protestants adopted organizational efficiency as a spiritual virtue in the first three decades of the twentieth century. Driven by a devotional impulse to manage and systematize the practice of their faith, they ...
"The Schoolmaster is Abroad": The Diffusion of Educational Innovations in the Nineteenth Century British Empire
The history of education has largely been written from a national perspective. This has limited our understanding of how educational developments have diffused across political boundaries leading to important and enduring ...
THE SCIENCE OF WINE: WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY SCIENTISTS AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE WASHINGTON WINE INDUSTRY, 1937-1992
WSU scientists and researchers were the main force behind creating the knowledge base necessary for the Washington grape and wine industry to grow from a few hundred acres of vines, producing undistinguished grapes for ...
After Kourou: Settlement Schemes in French Guiana in the Age of Enlightenment
AFTER KOUROU: SETTLEMENT SCHEMES IN FRENCH GUIANA IN THE AGE OF ENLIGHTENMENTAbstractBy Barbara Jean Traver, Ph.D.Washington State UniversityMay 2011 Chair: Sue PeabodyGuiana's distinctive characteristics - chronic low ...