America and the Origins of World War II, 1933-1941: New Perspectives in History

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List of Persons
(This list includes names of people not identified in the text.)
Austin, Warren, Republican Senator from Vermont, 1931-1946
Bailey, Josiah W., Democratic Senator from North Carolina, 1931- 1943
Beck, General Ludwig, Chief of the General Staff of the German Army, 1935-1938
Beneš, Eduard, President of Czechoslovakia, 1935-1938
Bingham, Robert W., United States Ambassador to Great Britain, 1933-1937
Bridges, Styles, Republican Senator from New Hampshire, 1937- 1961
Bullitt, William C., United States Ambassador to the Soviet Union, 1933-1936, and Ambassador to France, 1936-1940
Carr, Wilbur J., United States Minister to Czechoslovakia, 1938- 1939
Chamberlain, Neville, British Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1931- 1937, and Prime Minister, 1937-1940
Chang Chun, General, Chinese Foreign Minister, 1935-1937
Ciano, Count Galeazzo, Italian Foreign Minister, 1936-1943
Connally, Thomas, Democratic Senator from Texas, 1929-1953
Davis, Norman H., United States Ambassador-at-Large, 1933-1938
Dieckhoff, Hans, German Ambassador to the United States, 1937- 1938
Dodd, William E., United States Ambassador to Germany, 1933- 1938
Fish, Hamilton, Republican Representative from New York, 1919- 1943

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • I - The Old Historical Debate 1
  • II - The Consensus on Appeasement, 1933-1938 25
  • III - Between Peace and War, 1939-1941 77
  • IV - The Nuances of Negotiations, 1941 125
  • V - The Axis and Aggression, 1941 157
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 222
  • List of Persons 227
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