Selling War: The British Propaganda Campaign against American "Neutrality" in World War II

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Contents
Terminology,xi
Abbreviations,xiii
Introduction,3
1 The Gathering Storm: Britain's American Propaganda Policy, 1937 to 1939,5
Britain's Dilemma: Britain in American Opinion, 1919 to 1937,6
Foundations: British Propaganda in the United States, 1919 to 1937,10
The Awakening: British Planning, 1937 to 1938,13
Preparing for the Worst: Britain's American Propaganda Policy, September 1938 to September 1939,21
2 To War with Words: British Propaganda in the United States during the Phoney War, September 1939 to May 1940,33
The United States and the Phoney War , 34
Fighting the Phoney War in London: The MoI and the BBC,38
Fighting the Phoney War in the United States: The British Embassy and the British Library of Information,57
The Development of American Opinion and British Policy,61
3 Their Finest Hour: Projecting the Battle of Britain, May to September 1940,69
American Opinion in the Summer of 1940,72
Lord Lothian's War: New Initiatives, May to August 1940,75
Duff Cooper's War: New Initiatives in London, May to August 1940,83
The Battle of Britain and the Destroyer Deal,88
4 "London Can Take It": British Propaganda and the Blitz,
September to December 1940,97
The Overture: Preparing for the Blitz,99
"This Is London": The Co-projection of the Blitz on Britain,103
The Impact of the Blitz: American Sympathy and Its Limits,109

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