English, Article edition: SOME ASPECTS OF THE ECONOMIC RELATIONS BETWEEN AUSTRIA-HUNGARY AND THE UNITES STATES OF AMERICA, 1914-1918 Václav Horčička

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  • SOME ASPECTS OF THE ECONOMIC RELATIONS BETWEEN AUSTRIA-HUNGARY AND THE UNITES STATES OF AMERICA, 1914-1918
Author
  • Václav Horčička
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  • 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
  • RePEc:prg:jnlaop:v:2008:y:2008:i:4:id:146:p:103-109
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