The History Files #38: Interventions

27 mins - Published Sun, Jan 10, 2016 by Gordon Frye and Nancy Frye

In this week’s “History Bites” edition we take a look at international military interventions. For decades the bossiest nation on the planet seemed to be Britain, but by the end of the 19th century the baton had been passed to the United States of America. From Japan to South America to Hawaii, we’ve poked our fingers into as many pies as we could… with mixed results.

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