Charles A. Lindbergh and the Battle against American Intervention in World War II

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Wayne S. Cole


Charles A. Lindbergh
and the Battle Against
American Intervention
in World War II

Harcourt Brace Jovanovich
New York and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Charles A. Lindbergh and the Battle against American Intervention in World War II *
  • Preface ix
  • Contents xv
  • Illustrations *
  • 1/The Great Debate 3
  • I- Preparation *
  • 2/The Making of a Hero *
  • 3/The English, the French, and the Russians 25
  • 4/Air Power and Nazi Germany 31
  • 5/That German Medal 41
  • 6/Munich 47
  • 7/French Failures 57
  • II- "The Truth without Prejudice and without Passion" *
  • 8/Home Again *
  • 9/The Battle Begins 70
  • 10/The European War and Western Civilization 78
  • 11/Air Power and American Defense 87
  • 12/The Russo-German War 95
  • III- The Battle of the Committees 100
  • 13/Veterans and Legionnaires *
  • 14/No Foreign War Committee 109
  • 15/America First 115
  • 16/The Roosevelt Administration 125
  • 17/The Interventionists Organize 136
  • 18/"Is Lindbergh a Nazi?" 142
  • IV- "War Agitators" and American Democracy *
  • 19/"Who Are the War Agitators?" *
  • 20- / Capitalists, Intellectuals, and the British 164
  • 21/The Jewish Interventionists 171
  • 22/"Government by Subterfuge" 186
  • 23/The End is near 196
  • V- Aftermath *
  • 24/Pearl Harbor *
  • 25/Rebuffed by FDR 212
  • 26/A War to Fight 220
  • 27/New Horizons 229
  • Notes 240
  • Selected Bibliography *
  • Index *
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