Appalachian Mountains: American Indian Wars, Arabella Reynolds, Cora Weiss, Cynthia Parker, Nancy Hart, War Correspondents: Mexican-American War, Mary Katherine Goddard
Book Summary: World at War: Understanding Conflict and Society is an essential source of reference material on the military conflicts that have defined global history from antiquity to today. Through absorbing investigations of how the World War I peace settlement led to World War II, or insightful comparisons of U.S. past involvement in Southeast Asia with the Afghanistan War, this database encourages study and research that goes beyond isolated events to identify causal relationships, chart historical developments, and analyze the role conflict itself plays in society. Content quality is maintained by an expert advisory board, comprised of educators and historians including Dr. Spencer Tucker (the award-winning author of titles such as The Encyclopedia of Middle East Wars and American Civil War: The Definitive Encyclopedia and Document Collection).This advisory board also serves to vet the database's original journal articles, which expose researchers to scholarly argumentation on controversial topics in global military history.
Tolley, Rebecca. 2008. Appalachian Mountains: American Indian Wars, Arabella Reynolds, Cora Weiss, Cynthia Parker, Nancy Hart, War Correspondents: Mexican-American War, Mary Katherine Goddard. World at War: Understanding Conflict and Society. Padraic Carlin, Lee W. Eysturlid, Spencer C. Tucker, and Dr. James H. Willbanks, Eds. ABC-CLIO. https://www.abc-clio.com/ABC-CLIOCorporate/product.aspx?pc=USAAW ISBN: 9781598845648