The Auof America’s Greatest Blunder: The Fateful Decision to Enter World War One, Burton Yale Pines, explains how and why the United States entered World War One and why US’s Involvement in World War One yielded catastrophic results.
According to the book, the American foreign policy in WWI became extremely flawed. Though, initially, President Woodrow Wilson, backed strongly by popular opinion, declared America’s neutrality, in short time Wilson tilted America against Germany and in favor of Britain and France. This eventually led to a chain of events resulting in Hitler, WWII and the Cold War.
The author’s representative explains “The book America’s Greatest Blunder is a detailed history of World War One. It .“ will tell you how the subsequent catastrophes of the 20th Century could’ve been prevented had America not entered World War One. The combatants were exhausted and would’ve had no alternative but to come to a negotiated, compromise peace had America not intervened.”
According to the book, US involvement in WWI turned out to be America’s biggest mistake of the 20th Century.
The spokesperson adds “This book documents reveals the mistake America later made by unfairly blaming . Germany for starting the war.”
Pines’ new book also explains how Britain and France tried to grab control of the American Expeditionary Force (the AEF) – the two-million-strong U.S. force sent to fight Germany. They were prevented from doing so by the determination of U.S. Commander in Chief John J. Pershing who kept the AEF independent. Writes Pines in his book: “The AEF tilted the battlefield’s balance of forces and won the war.”
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About The Author
Burton Yale Pines is the author of America’s Greatest Blunder, the award winning and detailedhistory of World War One and it’s consequences. The Author has shared his insight and analysis on the history of WWI and the Cold War in his book. Mr. Pines is a well known historian, and his work has been published in the Wall Street journal and other national publications.