World War II to the Gulf War by Stephen E. Ambrose

1667 WordsFeb 21, 20187 Pages
Rise to Globalism: American Foreign Policy Since 1938 is an alluring analysis of America's outside approach of World War II to the Gulf War. The author, Stephen E. Ambrose, received a Ph.D. in history from the University of Wisconsin. He is known for his accomplished writing. He has written fifteen books on military history, foreign policy, and quite a few biographies on our own past United States presidents. Besides his career as an author, Ambrose has taught several history classes at various locations such as the Naval War College, Kansas State University, and the University of New Orleans. He was born in Decatur, Illinois where he received a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin and M.A from Louisiana State University. This ninth version of Rise to Globalism was updated and upgraded by Douglas Brinkley, a more youthful teacher of History at Rice University in Houston, Texas. Douglas Brinkley was conceived in 1960, and is the writer of a lot of books, including The Unfinished Presidency: Jimmy Carter's Journey Beyond the White House (1999), Tour of Duty: John Kerry and the Vietnam War (distributed in 2004), and The Wilderness Warrior: Theodore Roosevelt and the Crusade for America (2009). Douglas Brinkley is likewise a History analyst for CBS News. In 1993, Rise to Globalism, was published by Penguin Books in New York, New York. It observes the relationship between America and the other remains of the world, composed in chronological order and by U.S. presidents. In
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