Roosevelt and Hopkins, An Intimate History

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Index
ABC—1 (war plan), 273, 935, 951-2
A.B.D.A. Area, 455, 457-8, 461-3, 465-7, 492, 499, 505. 509, 958
Aberdeen News (So. Dak.), 91
Acheson, Dean, 195
Advisory Committee on Allotments, 69
Agar, Herbert, xvii, xix, 303
Aime, Adah, xvii, 14, 17, 34, 35
Aimwell, H.M.S., 695
Air Ferry Command, 529, 672
Air Force, U.S. Army, 551, 868, 963
Akron Times Press, 81, 83
Alexander, A. V., 534
Alexander, Gen. Sir Harold, 615-16, 627, 630, 658, 677, 690
Alexander, John G., 132
Alison, Lt. John R., 323, 328
Allen, Jay, 286
Allied Control Commission, 858-9, 891, 913-14
Alsop, Joseph, V., 102, 174-5, 268, 731, 739
America First Committee, 130, 167, 229, 382
American Commonwealth, The, 18
American Booksellers Association, 204
American Magazine, 343-4, 698, 752, 974
American Public Welfare Association, 46f. American Youth Congress, 138-9
ANAKIM, operation, 675, 691, 732, 771- 3, 935
Anderson, Sir John, 313
Anglo-Soviet Alliance, 556, 585
Antonov, Gen. A. I., 852
ANVIL, operation, 747, 810, 812-13, 935, 980
Appleby, Paul, xvii, 22
Arauca, S. S., 278
ARCADIA conferences (Wash., 1942), 442-78, 958
staff talks at, 445, 455-70
United Nations declaration at, 446-53
Archangel, Russia, 325-6, 347, 953
Arensberg, Max A., 973-4
Argentia, seeAtlantic Conference
Argentina, 892f., 897-8
Army and Navy Journal, 759-60, 761
Army and Navy Register, 76, 760f. Arnim, Col. Gen. Dietloff von., 728
Arnold, Gen. H. H., xv, 317, 358, 463ff., 591, 551, 580-82, 674-5, 681-2, 759, 963, 965
Arnstein, Daniel, 103, 289-90, 404-6
Arsenal of Democracy, 159-60, 974
"Arsenal of democracy" speech, 225-8
Ashford General Hospital, 6, 807
Associated Powers, seeUnited Nations
Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, 23-27
Astor, Lady, 260
Astor, Vincent, 960
Atlantic Charter, 359-63, 388, 507, 837, 864, 954
Atlantic Conference, 317, 331, 353-65, 954
discussion of Japan at, 354-6 See alsoAtlantic Charter
Atlantic Monthly, 288-9
Atlantic Ocean patrol, 291-2, 308, 310-11
Atomic bomb, xii, 155, 593, 668, 703-4, 867, 927, 974-6
Attlee, Clement, 361, 446-7, 527, 538
Auchinleck, Gen. Sir Claude, 477, 523, 525, 584, 598
Augusta, U.S.S., 353
Austin, Warren, 432-3
AVALANCHE, operation, 745, 935
Azores Islands, 731-2, 748

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