By Peter H. Buckingham
Foreign Normalcy: The Open Door Peace With the previous valuable Powers, 1921-29
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44. 34Raymond L. Buell, "Oil Interests in the Fight for Mosul," Current History (March 1923): 93335; Feis, Diplomacy of the Dollar, pp. 4855; John D. Hicks, Republican Ascendency, 19211933 (New York: Harper and Row, 1963), pp. 2728; Herbert Hoover, The Memoirs of Herbert Hoover, vol. 2, The Cabinet and the Presidency (New York: Macmillan, 1952), p. 69; Leonard Mosley, Power Play: Oil In the Middle East (New York: Random House, 1973), p. 115; Murray, Harding Era, p. 356; Benjamin Shwadran, The Middle East, Oil and the Great Powers (New York: Frederick A.
Subsequently the United States refused to recognize the Yap mandate. 33 Although they fought on opposite sides during the Great War, the United States and Turkey never declared war on each other. The Near Eastern peace settlement still interested Americans for economic and humanitarian reasons. The war had demonstrated the importance of petroleum to any modern military machine; after the armistice, as the automobile came of age, public demands grew for inexpensive fuel in great quantities. S. "35 Exploitation in the American closed-door regions of the New World was a fairly easy task, but most of the world's known oil reserves lay in the Near East, and the Allies had shut the economic door to that area by virtue of the San Remo Agreement.
46. See also Nelson, Victors Divided, pp. 67, 8087, and 128. 46Carl Parrini, "Reparations," in Encyclopedia of American Foreign Policy, Studies of the Principal Movements and Ideas, ed. Alexander DeConde, 3 vols. (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1978), p. 895; Schuker, End of French Predominance, p. 5. 47Duroselle, From Wilson to Roosevelt, pp. 98101; Link, Wilson the Diplomatist, pp. 11112; Charles Seymour, The Intimate Papers of Colonel House, 4 vols. (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1926), 4:4025.