War, Cooperation, and Conflict: The European Possessions in the Caribbean, 1939-1945

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ABC-1, 6, 75-79, 82-83, 85, 100, 104, 110-11, 113, 117, 131, 135, 140, 142
ABC-3, 112-14, 140-41, 147, 161. See also Destroyers-Bases Agreement; United States leased bases
Acheson, Dean, 58
Act of Havana ( 1940). See Havana Act ( 1940)
Admiralty, British: and Anglo-Dutch naval defense of Aruba and Curacao, 132-33; in Bermuda, 10, 12, 88, 106; and German merchantmen in Latin American ports, 23; and Panama Declaration, 21. See also Royal Navy
Admiralty, German, and U-boat incident at Martinique, 143
AIR FRANCE, 167
Allied Military Committee, and occupation of Dutch Caribbean, 29, 34
Allied Oil Protection Force: in the Caribbean, 9, 18; and Trinidad oil supply, 9
Altair, USS, 163
Aluminium Company of Canada (Alcan), 115
America First Committee, and isolationists, 55-56
Andrews, Frank H., 147
Angarita, Isaias Medina. See Medina Angarita, Isaias
Anglo-American Caribbean Commission (AACC), 152-54, 156, 215-17; and Caribbean convoy conferences, 154, 156; and food convoys, 152; and Schooner Pool, 154, 156. See also Caribbean Commission
Anglo-American Destroyers-Bases Agreement. See Destroyers-Bases Agreement
Anglo-American Naval Staff Talks ( 1914-1918), 1-2, 4, 219; ( 1938-1939), 1, 3-4, 10-11, 219; ( 1940-1941), 74-76, 92; and ( 1941-1942), 141-42
Anglo-Dutch naval defense program ( 1941), 132-33
Anglo-French naval collaboration in Atlantic, 8-9, 219
Anglo-French Purchasing Commission, and "Cash and Carry" ( 1939), 52, 64
Anglo-German Naval Pact ( 1935), 2-3, 13

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