By H. Krabbendam, J. Thompson
This assortment makes use of Theodore Roosevelt to shape a clean method of the background folks and eu relatives, arguing that the easiest position to seem for the origins of the trendy transatlantic dating is in Roosevelt's existence and profession.
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Stories of the ongoing humanitarian disaster became sensational news fodder for the US press. The American public was outraged, including Assistant Secretary of the Navy Theodore Roosevelt. In his memoirs he wrote, “Our own direct interests were great, because of the Cuban tobacco and sugar, and especially because of Cuba’s relation to the projected Isthmian Canal. But even greater were our interests from the standpoint of humanity . . ”26 Spanish imperialism breached his understanding of imperialism as the spread of appropriate and moral behavior.
Ko hn Basilica to see the Pope bless the candles. Young Theodore apparentlyy pushed his way to the front, getting “a first place” next to the Swiss Guards. At that point, a group of monks pushed him away. Theodore Roosevelt Sr. instantly came to his son’s defense. “In a second Father sprang forward and hurled him away,” the son wrote, “and 3 or 4 persons around exclaimed. ”22 This was an astonishing incident: the father of 11-yearold Theodore Roosevelt scuffled with a Catholic monk inside St. Peter’s Basilica!
America's Transatlantic Turn: Theodore Roosevelt and the "Discovery" of Europe by H. Krabbendam, J. Thompson