Roosevelt and Churchill: Their Secret Wartime Correspondence

By Franklin Delano Roosevelt; Winston Churchill et al. | Go to book overview

THE EDITORS
FRANCIS L. LOEWENHEIM, Associate Professor of History at Rice University, received his Ph.D. at Columbia University in 1959. Formerly a member of the faculty at Princeton University, he has also held visiting appointments at the College of William and Mary, the University of Illinois, Michigan State University, and the University of Michigan. He served as Assistant to Professor Edward Mead Earle, Director of the School of Historical Studies at the Institute for Advanced Study; as Research Associate on the Twentieth Century Fund Study of U.S. Civil-Military Relations at Princeton; and as a member of the Historical Division of the U.S. Department of State. He has edited or contributed to a number of volumes, including Political Community and the North Atlantic Area ( 1957), American Civil-Military Decisions ( 1963), Theory and Practice in American Politics ( 1964), Peace or Appeasement? Hitler, Chamberlain and the Munich Crisis ( 1965), The Historian and the Diplomat: The Role of History and Historians in American Foreign Policy ( 1967), Some Pathways in Twentieth Century History ( 1969), The Czech Renascence of the Nineteenth Century ( 1970), Genesis and Destiny: Western Civilization---The Modern Heritage, 1500 to the Present ( 1971), The 'Foreign Affairs' 50-Year Bibliography, 1920-1970 ( 1972), and Studies in History ( 1973).
HAROLD D. LANGLEY is Curator of Naval History at the Smithsonian Institution and Adjunct Professor of History at the Catholic University of America. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1960. Formerly a manuscript specialist at the University of Pennsylvania and at the Library of Congress and a diplomatic historian at the Department of State, he has also taught at Marywood College, Scranton, Pennsylvania, and Montgomery Junior College, Takoma Park, Maryland. He is the editor of Documents on the International Aspects of the Exploration and Use of Outer Space, 1954-1962 ( 1963), and he is the author of Social Reform in the U.S. Navy, 1798-1862 ( 1967), St. Stephen Martyr, Church and Community, 1867-1967 ( 1968), and To Utah with the Dragoons ( 1974).
MANFRED JONAS. a Harvard University Ph.D., is Professor of History and Chairman of the Department at Union College, where he has been since 1963. He has also taught at the City College of New York, Northeastern University, and PMC Colleges. From 1959 to 1962 he served as Visiting Professor for North American History at the Free University of Berlin, and in 1973 he was Senior Fulbright-Hays Lecturer at the University of the Saarland. He has contributed articles and reviews to numerous scholarly journals in the United States and abroad. He is the author of Die Unabhängigkeitserklärung der Vereinigten Staaten ( 1964, 1965) and Isolationism in America, 1935-1941 ( 1966, 1969); the editor of American Foreign Relations in the Twentieth Century ( 1967); and a contributor to Welt im Prisma ( 1962), Twentieth- Century Foreign Policy ( 1971), and Peace Movements in America ( 1973). He is currently at work on a history of German-American Relations.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents xi
  • List of Illustrations xiii
  • Preface xv
  • General Introduction 1
  • Part I - September 1939 To October 1942 77
  • Introduction to Part I 79
  • Messages and Notes 89
  • Part II - November 1942 To December 1943 265
  • Introduction to Part II 267
  • Messages and Notes 278
  • Part III - January 1944 To June 1944 401
  • Introduction to Part III 403
  • Messages and Notes 410
  • Part IV - June 1944 To April 1945 505
  • Introduction to Part IV 507
  • Messages and Notes 521
  • Chronology 711
  • Maps 739
  • Bibliogaphy (of Works Cited) 749
  • Index 761
  • The Editors 807
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