The New Dealers' War: Franklin D. Roosevelt and the War within World War II

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INDEX
Aachen, 466
Absentee ballot legislation, 337-339 Abwehr (German Intelligence
Service), 177, 178, 205, 369
arrests and trials of members, 206, 433-435
plot to assassinate Hitler, 420-424
Acheson, Dean, 18, 464, 532, 557
Action at Anguar (film), 540
Adams, Charles Francis, 385
Adams, John Quincy, 159-160, 574(n41)
African-Americans
New Deal policies on racial equality, 235-237
race relations in Detroit, 231-234
soldier absentee ballot debate and, 338
Afrika Korps, 21, 87, 142, 165
Agricultural Adjustment Administration, 50
Agricultural Administration Act, 57
Agriculture, U.S. Department of, 216 See also Morale-bombing
Air forces. See Army air forces
Alfange, Dean, 148
Allen, George, 399
Allen, Jay, 190
Allred, James, 144
Aluminum shortage, 247-248
Amazon River Valley project, 218
America First Committee, 6, 9, 39-40, 79, 244
American Civil Liberties Union, 110
American Communist Party, 148
American Editor's Syndicate, 119
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 67, 324
American Jewish Committee, 263
American Jewish Congress, 255, 262 American Labor Party, 146, 148, 152
American Legion Magazine, 379
American Magazine, 155, 156, 162, 249
American Vocational Association (AVA), 199
America's 60 Families (Lundberg), 65 Amsterdam News (newspaper), 235
Anarchism, 287-288
Anti-German sentiment
Allied morale-bombing and, 368
in British Foreign Office, 178-179
Churchill and, 268
FDR's hatred of Germany, 181, 268, 371-372, 428, 429, 498-499, 590(n13)
notions of Prussian militarism in, 268-270
during World War I, 181-183
Anti-Japanese sentiment
American racist attitudes, 44-45, 271-272, 379, 380
internment of Japanese‐ Americans, 109-111
Truman and, 540
Anti-Semitism, 6, 111
Nazi Party and, 259-260
in U.S., 258-259

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