Research Article| May 01 1975
Foreign Markets for Iron and Steel, 1893-1913: A New Perspective on the Williams School of Diplomatic History
Pacific Historical Review (1975) 44 (2): 233–248.
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William H. Becker; Foreign Markets for Iron and Steel, 1893-1913: A New Perspective on the Williams School of Diplomatic History. Pacific Historical Review 1 May 1975; 44 (2): 233–248. doi: https://doi.org/10.2307/3638004
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