American Civil-Military Decisions

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AMERICAN CIVIL-MILITARY DECISIONS
A Book of Case Studies

Edited by HAROLD STEIN

A TWENTIETH CENTURY FUND STUDY

Published in Cooperation with

THE INTER-UNIVERSITY CASE PROGRAM by UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA PRESS, 1963

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American Civil-Military Decisions
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contributors v
  • Foreword vii
  • Contents *
  • Introduction 1
  • Contents 2
  • The Far Eastern Crisis of 1931-1932: Stimson, Hoover and the Armed Services 27
  • Contents 28
  • Bibliographic Note 38
  • Notes 39
  • Editorial Comments 41
  • The Helium Controversy 43
  • Contents 44
  • Bibliographic Note 55
  • Notes 56
  • Editorial Comments 58
  • Birth and Death of the M-Day Plan 61
  • Contents 62
  • Bibliographic Note 90
  • Notes 91
  • Editorial Comments 95
  • Aid to Russia: the First Year 97
  • Contents 98
  • Bibliographic Note 139
  • Notes 141
  • Editorial Comments 150
  • The United States Fleet: Diplomacy, Strategy and the Allocation of Ships (1940-1941) 153
  • Contents 154
  • Bibliographic Note 193
  • Notes 194
  • Editorial Comments 199
  • The Italian Armistice 203
  • Contents 204
  • Note on Time 205
  • Foreword 205
  • Appendix A - The Short Terms 278
  • Appendix B - The Long Terms 280
  • Acknowledgments 285
  • Bibliographic Note 286
  • Notes 289
  • Editorial Comments 308
  • Directives for the Occupation of Germany: the Washington Controversy 311
  • Contents 312
  • Foreword 313
  • Bibliographic Note 444
  • Notes 447
  • Editorial Comments 461
  • Super Carriers and B-36 Bombers: Appropriations, Strategy and Politics 465
  • Contents 466
  • Bibliographic Note 555
  • Notes 557
  • Editorial Comments 565
  • To the Yalu and Back 569
  • Contents 570
  • Chronology of Major Events 571
  • Preface 575
  • Acknowledgments 631
  • Bibliographic Note 632
  • Notes 634
  • Editorial Comments 640
  • The American Decision to Rearm Germany 643
  • Contents 644
  • Bibliographic Note 661
  • Notes 662
  • Editorial Comments 664
  • Bases in Spain 667
  • Contents 668
  • Introduction 669
  • VII - Epilogue 698
  • Bibliographic Note 700
  • Notes 701
  • Editorial Comments 703
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