Stilwell's Mission to China

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I n d e x
Adler, Brig. Gen. Elmer E.: 200
Agreements. See Treaties and agreements.
Aid to China. See also British aid to China.
agencies procuring: 211
air force projects: 10-12, 14, 17-21, 23, 24n, 24-25, 31, 48, 78-79, 92-93, 161- 62, 163, 386, 387
air transport: 14, 75, 77-78, 93, 163-67, 272, 387, 388
aircraft manufacture, repair: 200-201
allocation procedure: 159-60
AMMISCA recommendations, responsibilities: 29-30, 48, 49, 386
benefits held diplomatic: 71
Chinese paper currency: 313, 314n
communications projects: 14, 15-16, 30, 47-48, 48-49, 76-78, 89, 90, 163-67, 386,387-88
corruption in handling: 60, 60n, 104, 167, 282
credits: 7, 8, 11
differentiation by procurement program: 211
diversions to Middle East: 157-58, 163, 169-70, 171, 387
factors prompting: 8, 23
funds approval no guarantee: 16-17
ground force matériel: 8, 11, 14, 16, 25- 27, 31, 37-38, 39, 40-41, 42, 49, 75, 265, 265n, 301, 386
handling and movement: 211-12
impracticable requisitions: 26-27
increase urged by Stilwell: 255
larger concept: 76-80
lend-lease funds: 16, 17, 20, 25
lend-lease initiated: 13, 14, 15-16
movement priorities: 212
pilot training: 21n, 24, 41
policy on diversions: 57, 58, 60, 114, 115, 152
pre-Pearl Harbor status: 48-49
program, 1942: 159
program, 1943: 258, 265, 265n
quid pro quo policy advocated: 41, 160, 178-79, 183, 185, 185n, 223, 224, 261, 278, 325, 388
quid pro quo policy rejected: 41, 185, 185n, 186, 224-25, 262, 279, 282-83, 310, 388
Rangoon stocks: 57-60, 84
repossession: 159, 160
requirements inadequately specified: 13, 15
shrinkage after Pearl Harbor: 159-60
Soong's program: 14, 15-17
SOS responsibilities: 205, 211-12, 387
Stilwell's role: 73, 159-60, 161, 173, 175, 212, 258, 265, 375, 387
Stilwell's view, should be greater: 157, 177, 224, 225, 244-45, 255
stockpiles: 46-47, 48, 159, 160, 160n, 167, 205
strategic aims: 12, 23, 270
subordinate to British needs: 8, 12, 15, 24
title transfer: 48, 57, 161
tonnage assignments: 160-61, 167-68, 177
transit tax, Burma: 46
transfer to British: 53, 56, 57-60, 84, 152, 170
views, service chiefs, November 1941: 40
War Department views diverge: 64-66
Air Base Group, 51st: 92, 200
Air Base Squadron, 54th: 200
Air Commando, No. 1: 366
Air Depot Group, 3d: 200
Air Ferry Command: 115, 164, 167. See also Air transport; Air Transport Command.
Air operations: 309. See also Air transport; Aircraft; Airfields.
airlift protection: 78, 187, 188, 199-200, 252, 284, 314, 315, 330-31, 338
American Volunteer Group: 93, 112-13, 130, 134, 143, 146n, 147-48, 251
B-24 raid on Hankow: 347

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