Selling War: The British Propaganda Campaign against American "Neutrality" in World War II

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Admiralty, British. See also Navy, Royal
delay mining Norwegian waters, 37
press/propaganda policy improves, 91,94
reluctance to publish shipping losses, 40-41, 115, 146
Adventures of Robin Hood,19
Advertising, 10, 56-57, 63, 149, 175. See also J. Walter Thompson
Africa, war in, 127, 146
African-Americans, British propaganda to, 41, 129
Aid, U.S. See also Destroyers for bases deal; Lend-Lease; Roosevelt, Franklin D.; War relief
Britain's supply crisis in 1941, 142-132
British need for, 68, 94, 98, 115-117, 125, 126
Century Group demands, 74
William Stephenson obtains, 82
Air Force, Royal (RAF), 70, 79. See also Battle of Britain
Americans in, 89-90, 137, 176, 181-82, 220n.90
British propaganda about, 49, 91, 137-38
press policy in France, 41, 69-70
targets limited during Phoney War, 37
U.S. pulp fiction portrays, 63
Air Ministry, 90, 181-82
Altmark incident, 41
America First Committee, 75, 95, 146, 155, 168
Anglo-American establishment, British, 8, 14, 16, 68
Anglo-American establishment, U.S., 7-8, 52, 62. See also Interventionists, Internationalists
Anglo-American marriages, 8, 15, 87
Anglophilia, U.S., 6-8, 62
limitations of, 8-9
value of, 110, 199
Anglophobia, U.S., 6-7. See also Isolationists; Public Opinion, U.S.
Anti-Chamberlain bloc
pre-war activities of, 14-16
wartime cultivation of U.S. press, 44
Army, British. See also War Office
press policy during war in France, 41, 43, 69-72
U.S. correspondents admire, 70
Associated Press (AP), 39, 87, 105, 129
Athenia,42
Atlantic Charter, 152-53, 162, 193. See also War aims, British
Ball, Sir Joseph, 46-47
Bartlett, Vernon, 12, 53, 85, 150
Bate, Fred, 30, 102, 104-5
Bathurst, Maurice, 165-66, 189
Battle of Britain
anticipated by Churchill, 71-72
begins, 89
U.S. aid depends on result of, 88
U.S. press coverage of, 90-91
U.S. radio coverage of, 101-2
Battle of the Atlantic
issue of shipping losses in, 115
supply crisis of 1941, 143
Beaton, Cecil, 107
Beaverbrook, Lord, 66, 88, 146-48
Belgium, 51, 68, 117
Berle, Adolf A., 95-96, 144-45, 152, 189
and BSC, 168, 173-75, 186
and McKellar bill, 188-91

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