History on the Eve of WWI: The Tampico-Affair - The Occupation of Vera Cruz (04/22/14 - 10:51AM)

History on the eve of WWI: The Tampico-Affair #2: The occupation of Vera Cruz Shortly after the initial Tampico Incident, the arrest of eight U.S. sailors, the President of Mexico General Huerta, refused to apologize to US authorities with a 21-gun salute. As a reaction U.S. President Woodrow Wilson asked the ...

The most devastating Battles of WWI: The Brusilov Offensive (04/10/14 - 12:51PM)

Part I: The Brusilov Offensive The Brusilov Offensive, named after General Aleksei Brusilov, is one of the most lethal battles in history. In four months an estimated number of 1.6 million soldiers was injured or killed on the battlefields in what is today Ukraine. Although General Alexei Evert, ...

History on the Eve of WWI: The Tampico Affair (04/09/14 - 10:21AM)

History on the eve of WWI – The Tampico-Affair Although theTampico-Affair is not directly related to World War I it did have a significant impact on the relation between Germany and the United States. By spring 1914, the diplomatic relationships between the U.S. government and Mexico were ...

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