Military Relations between the United States and Canada, 1939-1945

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INDEX
Alaska Highway, 41, 42n, 44, 53-54, 75, 127-28, 135, 200-201, 203n, 206, 207, 213, 217-27, 229-30, 232, 236, 241, 296-97, 304, 318, 319, 323, 327, 357, 363, 370-72. See also Flight strips, Canadian; Flight strips, U.S.
agreements, 221, 226-27
civilian traffic, 223-24
gift to Canada, 329
Haines-Champagne road, 226-27, 330-31
military traffic, 223-24
postwar use by U.S. military vehicles, 221
redesignated, Northwest Highway System, 224n
Tok road, 225
transfer to Canada, 224, 227
U.S. expenditures, 223, 330
and use of highways to U.S. border, 221
waiving of duties, taxes, and fees, 278
Alaska Railroad, 225
Alaskan International Highway Commission, 217, 227
Albert and Davidson Corporation, 333
Alberta, 128, 137, 218. 299
Alcan Highway, 136. See also Alaska Highway.
Aleutian campaign, 224n, 252-59, 317, 318. See also First Special Service Force, U.S.- Canadian.
Aleutian Islands, 252, 253, 256
Alexander, Maj. Gen. R. O., 121, 253
Allied Powers, 289-90, 294-95 postwar positions, 337, 339, 344-45
Aluminium Company of Canada, 151, 151n
Aluminum, 149, 155n, 196
Amadjuak Lake, 191
Amchitka, 254, 255, 257
America, 96
American Nations, use of term, 153
American Red Cross, and relief problem in] Greenland, 150
American Republics, 142-43, 293
Act of Chapultepec, 148, 334
Act of Havana, 153
Canada as a member of British Common­ monwealth, 144, 334-35
defense, 11222, 26, 149, 161
defense and neutrality, discussion at Panama, 144
and Greenland bases, use of, 152-53
Inter-American Conference, 1945, 147, 148
Inter-American Conference, 1947, 48
Inter-American Defense Board, 145
liaison officers to, 11
Meeting of Foreign Ministers, First, 1939, Panama. 144
Meeting Foreign Ministers, Second, 1940, Havana, 11-12, 26n, 143, 144
American Republics--Continued
Meeting of Foreign Ministers, Third, 1942, Rio, 144-46, 160
military co-operation, 334
Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance, 48
Ammunition, 281. See also Munitions, Canadian; Munitions, U.S; Munitions, U.S.- Canadian.
Amphibious Training Force 9, U.S.-Canadian, 255, 258
Anchorage, 100, 202, 225, 239, 253-54
Anderson, Air Vice Marshal N. R., 37
Anglo-American Food Committee, 83
Anglo-French Purchasing Board, 60
Annapolis, 165
Annette Island, 202, 252-53, 254, 255
Antiaircraft Battery (Heavy), Canadian 40th 195, 197
Antiaircraft defense
Annette Island, 252
Buffalo, 198
Canada, 317-18
Maritime Provinces, 89
Newfoundland, 92-93, 98-99, 173
Sault Sainte Marie, 194-95, 196
Antilles, 19
Antisubmarine operations. See Convoys; Submarines.
Antisubmarine Squadrons, U.S.
6th, 250
19th, 250
20th, 248
Antisubmarine Wings, U.S.25th, 250
Anzio, 265, 266
ARCADIA Conference, 59, 63-64, 66, 66n, 75
Argentia, 62, 96, 124-25, 168, 178, 179, 184n, 244, 245, 247, 354. See also Bases, air, U.S.; Bases, naval, Canadian; Bases, naval, U.S.; Bases, U.S.
Argentina, 144
ARGONAUT Conference, 66n
Armaments, on vessels in Great Lakes, 279- 80
Armed forces, Canadian, at outbreak of World War II, 4-5, 5n
Armies, Canadian First, 241, 265
Armies, U.S.
Third, 31
Fourth, 107
Fifth, 266
Seventh, 266
Arms production, Canadian, 273
Army, British, 8-9, 162-63
Army, Canadian, 4-5, 34-35, 89, 105, 118, 173, 198, 241-42, 252, 256-57, 263-64, 274n, 276, 330. See alsoTroops, Canadian.

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