From World War to Cold War: Churchill, Roosevelt, and the International History of the 1940s

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Index
Abe, Nobuyuki 39
Abyssinia 37
Acheson, Dean G. 276, 282–3, 309, 317, 329
Adam, Ronald 226
Adenauer, Konrad 254
Afghanistan 48
agency, concept of 348, 351
Albania 270
Albright, Madeleine 341
Aldrich, Richard 336
Alexander, Harold 124, 126, 127, 128, 131, 221, 255
Al-Qaeda 326, 351
Algeria 55, 317
Algiers conference (1943) 124
Alsop, Joseph 151, 159
Amalgamated Press (London) 16
Annales school 333
Anderson, Benedict 334
Anderson, Kenneth 221
Andrew, Christopher 335–6
anthropology 347–8
Anti-Comintern pact 39
'Anvil' operation 126, 130, 133
Anzio 124
appeasement:
history of 337
'lessons' of 280
usage of term 338, 339
Argentina 61–2
Arita, Hachiro 39
Armstrong, George 191, 197
Army Bureau of Current Affairs 206–8, 214
Arnold, Henry H. 108, 126, 282, 304
Astor, Waldorf 193–4
Atherton, Ray 150
Atlantic, battle of 106–7, 118
Atlantic Charter 20, 58, 174, 272, 328
Atlanticism 68, 69–70, 182, 302
see also North Atlantic Treaty
Attlee, Clement 17, 87, 117, 153, 163
as Prime Minister 259, 261, 277, 286
Atomic bomb
and Anglo-American cooperation 66, 70, 321
and end of war 55, 304, 345
see also nuclear weapons
Austin, J. L. 339
Australia
and concept of 'world war' 17
and First World War 344
and Japanese threat (1942) 41, 55, 299
and United States 60
Austria
Anschluss (1938) 37
postwar 131–2, 275
Badoglio, Pietro 38
Baldwin, Stanley 111, 144
'Balkanism' 345
Balkans 26, 98, 115, 126, 131–2
Ball, Terence 339
Bandaranaike, Sirimavo 341
Barnett, Correlli 100
Baruch, Bernard 31, 95
Belgium 25
Beaverbrook, Max 31, 98, 108, 240
Bellot, H. Hale 180, 182, 189
Beloff, Max 309
Bean, C.E.W. 344
Benians, E.A. 194
Benelux 46
Ben-Moshe, Tuvia 130, 131
Berle, Adolf 163
Berlin
blockade of 67, 281, 285
'race' for (1944–5) 129–33
Wall 343
Best, Anthony 336
Bevan, Aneurin 152–3
Beveridge, William 163–4
Bevin, Ernest 92, 163
American views of 158–9
background 153
and British power 60, 315
and European integration 46, 278
and Soviet Union 244, 277–8, 280, 285
and United States 282, 285, 317
and Winant 151, 153–7, 164
Bethmann Hollweg, Theobold von 12
Bingham, Robert 149
Birley, Robert 180, 188, 189
Bismarck, Otto von 111
Bizone 278
Blair, Tony 311, 326, 330
Bloch, Camille 13
Bloch, Marc 24
Boettiger, John 240
Bohlen, Charles E. 239, 272
Bosnia 326

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