SOME ASPECTS OF THE ECONOMIC RELATIONS BETWEEN AUSTRIA-HUNGARY AND THE UNITES STATES OF AMERICA, 1914-1918
The World War changed not only political but also economic relations among the belligerent powers and between these powers and neutrals. The foreign trade between Austria-Hungary and the United States of America was strongly influenced by the British naval policy. Despite the breakdown in the foreign trade relations in 1915, some economic contacts between Austria-Hungary and the Unites States remained. The most important economic topic between the two countries was the question of Austro-Hungarian ships which anchored in US harbours. The author analyzes the complicated process of their sale to US buyers. The relevant negotiations started in 1915 and lasted until mid 1918.
World War I, Economic Relations, Austria-Hungary, the United States of America
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