Toward An Entangling Alliance: American Isolationism, Internationalism, and Europe, 1901-1950

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Index
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ABC-1 Report, 96, 112
Acheson, Dean: assistant secretary of state, 108; and Germany, 183; and Greece and Turkey, 185, 190-91; and Military Assistance Program, 213; and North Atlantic Alliance, 209, 212-13, 221
Adams, John Quincy, xvii-xviii
Algeciras Conference, 4
Allied Control Commission for Germany, 131, 170, 182
America First Committee, 90, 107
American Committee for the Causes and Cure of War, 32, 48
American Committee for the Outlawry of War, 32
Anglo-Japanese alliance, 3, 33-34, 36
Anti-Comintern Pact, 70, 75
ANVIL, Operation, 133, 139-40
Appeasement, 39; and Roosevelt, Franklin, 70, 77-80, 88; and Truman, 176, 187
ARCADIA Conference, 112-14
ARGONAUT Conference, see Yalta Conference
Army, U.S., attack bombers, 49; and disarmament, 53; during twenties, 32-33; in 1939, 90; and Roosevelt, Franklin, 80-81, 93; and Victory Program, 103; and Wilson, 8-9; and World War I, 11; in World War II, 128-29; 137, 151. See also Continental Army
Atlantic Charter, 101-2, 114, 124, 141, 155, 162
Atlantic Conference, 101-2, 105, 108
Attlee, Clement, 171, 174, 200-206, 219
Atomic bomb, and Baruch Plan, 184-85; and Berlin crisis, 207; and Byrnes, 172-73, 175; and Clifford- Elsey Report, 188; and Roosevelt, Franklin, 219; Soviet attitude toward, 184-85; and Soviet spy ring, 177; and Soviet test, 214-15; and Stimson, 167-68; and Truman 164, 171, 173-75; and U.S. arsenal, 210; and U.S. military strategy, 210; and U.S. test, 170; and Wallace, 187
Austria, and peace treaty, 28; and anschluss, 77-78; and Allied military strategy, 140; provisional government, 173
Axis, in Africa, 112-13; aggression, 81, 85, 87-88, 98, 107; and Great Britain, 77-79; empire, 122; and Roosevelt, Franklin, 72-73, 76, 110, 118, 123, 218-19; and Japan, 106; Pact, 70; satellites, 169-70, 197; shipping, 97; surrender, 123-24, 162; and Truman, 167, warships, 105

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