It Could Never Happen or the Second American Revolution

TitleIt Could Never Happen or the Second American Revolution
Year for Search1932
AuthorsO'Sheel, Shaemas(1886-1954)
Date Published1932
PublisherCoventry House
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Presented as The Veterans’ Revolution of 1932, By General Elmer Hicks formerly Commander-in-Chief, U. S. A. Ed. Teiresias MacHenry for the Modern Historical Society Press, Washington, D. C. 1982. There is a “Publishers’ Advertisement” (7-12) deploring the government’s response to the 1932 Bonus Expeditionary Force march on Washington and warning that a revolution could result. The book is the history of that revolution and the establishment of a benevolent dictatorship. An “Appendix” (172-91) includes the actual justification by the President for using the military against the marchers and excerpted statements from politicians and the press to the actual events of 1932.

Info Notes

A sequel, The New America, is advertized in the book but cannot be traced.

Holding Institutions

DLC, MoU-St, PSt

Author Note

(1886-1954)

Full Text

1932 O’Sheel, Shaemas (1886-1954). It Could Never Happen or the Second American Revolution. New York: Coventry House. A sequel, The New America, is advertised in the book but cannot be traced. DLC, MoU-St, PSt

Presented as The Veterans’ Revolution of 1932, By General Elmer Hicks formerly Commander-in-Chief, U. S. A. Ed. Teiresias MacHenry for the Modern Historical Society Press, Washington, D. C. 1982. There is a “Publishers’ Advertisement” (7-12) deploring the government’s response to the 1932 Bonus Expeditionary Force march on Washington and warning that a revolution could result. The book is the history of that revolution and the establishment of a benevolent dictatorship. An “Appendix” (172-91) includes the actual justification by the President for using the military against the marchers and excerpted statements from politicians and the press to the actual events of 1932.