20th Century America and War
This book contains comprehensive view of American diplomacy in the 20th century from the perspective of war. It highlights America from a variety of contexts, from its involvement in war as a party or third party on the international stage to its battle against social conditions such as poverty.
This book is intended for undergraduate students of universities who are interested in the transformation of the international community in the 20th century, centered on the United States. In that sense, I would appreciate it if you could use it in lectures, etc. as an introduction to American studies. We also hope that ordinary members of society who are interested in the 20th century and the war in the United States will be satisfied with their intellectual curiosity and will be provided with new stimuli. Moreover, if this book could be used as an opportunity to generate some constructive criticism, the author would be even more happy.