Wartime: Understanding and Behavior in the Second World War

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Index
Abraham, Gerland, 219
Acherson, Neil, 288
Acton, Harold, 224
Adams, Henry, 239
Adams, James Truslow, 251-52, 255
Adams, Michael, 237
Addinsell, Richard, 188
Addison, Paul, 164
Adler, Jankel, 217
Agnew, Spiro, 167
Aiken, Conrad, 245
Aitken, Douglas G., 78, 183
Alcock, Jim, 140
Aldington, Richard, 239
Aldiss, Brian, 110-14
Allen, Gracie, 181
Allen, M. H., 184
Allen, Walter, 244
Ambrose, Stephen E., 160
Amis, Kingsley, 55, 83, 86-90
Anderlahn, Hanns, 250
Anderson, Sherwood, 245, 246
Angoff, Charles, 246
Apollinaire, Guillaume, 217
Applegate, Rex, 238
Aragon, Louis, 218
Arandora Star, 124
Arisan Maru, 23
Arnold, Matthew, 183, 212
Arp, Jean, 218
Ashton, Frederick, 219
Asquith, Herbert, 214
Athenia, 22
Auchincloss, Louis, 57, 238
Auden, W. H., 64-65, 97, 169, 214, 218, 244, 246, 276
Augusta, 161
Austen, Jane, 229, 231, 245
Ayer, A. J., 217
Bain, Donald, 296
Bakewell, Jean, 220, 221
Balfour, Michael, 40, 45, 47
Balzac, Honoré de, 217
Barbusse, Henri, 130, 173, 239
Barea, Arturo, 216
Barker, George, 218
Barth, Karl, 217
Bartôk, Béla, 219
Baudelaire, Pierre Charles, 217
Beard, Charles A., 240
Beaton, Cecil, 209, 218, 231
Beattie, William, 184
Beaverbrook, Lord, 176
Beaumont, Francis, 238
Beck, Leon, 45
Beckett, Samuel, 136
Beeching, Jack, 142
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 120, 149
Belfrage, Bruce, 182
Bemelmans, Ludwig, 240
Benchley, Robert, 240
Bendix, William, 190.
Benét, Stephen Vincent, 175, 178
Benét, William Rose, 245
Bennett, Constance, 106

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