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The Imperial Cruise: A Secret History of Empire and War

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A book by James Bradley

Theodore Roosevelt steers America onto the shoals of imperialism in this stridently disapproving study of early 20th-century U.S. policy in Asia. Bestselling author ofFlags of Our Fathers, Bradley traces a 1905 voyage to Asia by Roosevelt's emissary … see full wiki

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Author: James Bradley
Genre: History, Nonfiction
Publisher: Back Bay Books
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Bridget's Review

  • Dec 16, 2010
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When I was in school, I thought History class was so boring. Ever since graduation though, I'm obsessed with learning what happened, how and why. I really enjoyed reading The Imperial Cruise because it gave me insight to what went on during that period of time. James is a brilliant writer with an ability to bring history to life. This would make a great gift for the history buff in your life. There is a lot of information and is written in a way that draws the reader in. It's a really great book.

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