Winston Churchill's Last Campaign: Britain and the Cold War, 1951-5

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INDEX
Notes: (1) Most references are to Britain unless otherwise stated. (2) WC is used as an abbreviation for Winston Churchill.
Acheson, Dean34, 48, 95-6, 100, 112-13
opposition to summits 30-1, 56
relations with Eden58, 82-3
Soviet policy 76, 77
Washington talks 75, 81, 87
Adenauer, Konrad240, 298-9, 303
Battle of the Notes 97, 99, 100
European Defence Community 151, 200
Geneva conference 317
German problem 92-3, 164-6, 173-4, 320
policies 59-61
Washington talks 187-8
air safety:
talks on 143
Albania37, 64
Aldrich, Winthrop210-11, 221, 265, 312
Allison, John81
Amery, Julian237
Amery, Leo6-7
appeasement 339-40
WC's views 8-9, 324
Asia, East, seeFar East and under specific countries
atomic weapons, seenuclear weapons
Attlee, Clement161-2
Korean War36, 89
Quebec agreement 37-8, 78-9, 256-7
Auriol, Vincent52, 62
desire for détente 47-9
Austria24, 95, 303
Austrian Treaty280-1
agreement 315, 316-17
linked with German problem 280-1
Soviet policy on 200-1, 304-5
as Soviet test 36, 296
Baruch, Bernard 10, 82, 114, 117
Battle Act ( USA) ( 1951) 248-9
Battle of the Notes:
( 1952) 96-101
( 1953) 198-201, 208
Beaverbrook, Max, 1st Baron28, 35
Bedell Smith, Walter25, 107, 140, 147, 263
meets WC 282-3
Beria, Lavrenti132, 133, 333
Berlin Rising 177
fall of 194-8, 334
foreign policy 134
and peaceful coexistence 49, 102
Berlin Blockade 24, 26-8
Berlin conference ( 1954) 221-2, 224, 226, 237, 238-47
Berlin Rising 176-9, 333
Berlin Wall 321
Bermuda conference ( 1953) 191-2, 334
first proposal 167-76
postponement 179-81
takes place 215-37
Bevan, Aneurin 161-2
nuclear weapons 309-10
Bevin, Ernest29, 32
Bidault, Georges126, 155, 241, 261
Bermuda conference 192, 219-20, 224, 228-9
European Defence Community 212, 227-8
and Soviet policy 149, 166-7
Washington talks 181, 186, 187-90
Big Three ( 1941-5) 12-18
WC's hopes of reforming 104, 255, 327
Blankenhorn, Herbert174, 187
Bohlen, Charles56, 293, 319
on British attitudes 69
fall of Malenkov303, 304
on Soviet policy 120-1, 140, 196, 204
Boothby, Robert41, 257
Bracken, Brendan90, 184
Brandt, Willy321, 326
Britain, seeCabinet; Foreign Office; and under specific people and topics
Brook, Norman6, 43, 74, 251-2, 290, 313
Brooke, Alan6

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