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American-Australian Relations

Author:

Werner Levi

American-Australian Relations
American-Australian Relations

Werner Levi was professor of political science at the University of Minnesota. He studied in universities in five European countries, including the University of Fribourg, Switzerland, where he received the degree of Doctor of Jurisprudence, and the Institute of East Asiatic Studies in Berlin. During the war he was coordinator of the Far Eastern Area and Language Studies under the Army Specialized Training Program. He contributed articles on American-Australian relations to the Pacific Historical Review, the Dalhousie Review, the Fortnightly, and the Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science.

American-Australian Relations

Table of Contents

THE FIRST CONTACTS
THE ANGLO-AMERICAN WAR
WHALING AND SEALING
THE GOLD RUSHES
AMERICAN PRECEDENTS IN AUSTRALIAN
POLITICS
IMPERIALISM IN THE SOUTHERN AND WESTERN
PACIFIC
THE AMERICAN-AUSTRALIAN FAR EASTERN
TRIANGLE
THE PARIS PEACE CONFERENCE
THE SETTLEMENT OF PACIFIC PROBLEMS
AMERICAN-AUSTRALIAN ECONOMICS
WAR IN THE PACIFIC
THE NEW PACIFIC

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