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Bernard Baruch

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Baruch, Bernard M.

Baruch, Bernard M. (1870–1965)   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to American Military History

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(1870–1965), financier and political adviser.

In matters of war and national security, Baruch was a major administrator during

Baruch, Bernard

Baruch, Bernard   Reference library

James Grant

The Oxford Companion to United States History

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(1870–1965), venture capitalist, investor, government official. Born in Camden, South Carolina, and reared in New York City, Bernard Mannes Baruch graduated from the City College ... More
Baruch, Bernard Mannes

Baruch, Bernard Mannes (1870–1965)   Quick reference

Who's Who in the Twentieth Century

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US financier and economic adviser.

Born in South Carolina, the son of a Jewish doctor who had emigrated from east Prussia, ...

Cold War

Cold War  

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The antagonism between the USA and USSR lasting from the late 1940s until the late 1980s, ‘cold’ because it was waged through diplomatic and ideological means rather than force. Britain was allied to ...
Nuclear Arms Control Treaties.

Nuclear Arms Control Treaties.  

Efforts to control nuclear weapons began in the first session of the United Nations General Assembly in 1946, when U.S. delegate Bernard Baruch and Soviet delegate Andrei Gromyko put forward ...
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Woodrow Wilson  

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(1856–1924)US Democratic statesman, 28th President of the USA (1913–21). He was a prominent academic in the field of law and political economy prior to his election victory. As President he carried ...

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