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Fri Mar 21 17:04:24 2014 UTClccn-n850335940.10The wise men [six friends and the world they made] /0.471.00America's present military strength : no basis for defeatism /13099544John_J._McCloyn 850335941391446MacCloy, John Jay 1895-1989Mc Cloy, John Jay 1895-1989McCloy.McCloy, John J.McCloy, John J., 1895-1989McCloy, John J. (John Jay), 1895-1989McCloy, John Jay, 1895-1989lccn-n79043447Acheson, Dean1893-1971lccn-n90660497Lovett, Robert A.(Robert Abercrombie)1895-1986lccn-n79062867Kennan, George F.(George Frost)1904-2005lccn-n50057502Harriman, W. Averell(William Averell)1891-1986lccn-n83038709Isaacson, Walterlccn-n00140245Thomas, Evan1951-lccn-n85290011Bohlen, Charles E.(Charles Eustis)1904-1974lccn-n80016421Bird, Kailccn-n90648735Schwartz, Thomas Alan1954-lccn-n79054869European Economic CommunityMcCloy, John J.(John Jay)1895-1989BiographyHistoryCase studiesUnited StatesInternational relationsMcCloy, John J.--(John Jay),StatesmenKennan, George F.--(George Frost),Acheson, Dean,Lovett, Robert A.--(Robert Abercrombie),Bohlen, Charles E.--(Charles Eustis),Harriman, W. Averell--(William Averell),GermanyGermany (West)Soviet UnionWorld politicsEuropean federationEuropean Economic CommunityPolitical scienceBriberyPetroleum industry and trade--FinancePolitical corruptionGermany--BerlinGerman reunification question (1949-1990)EuropeAssassination attemptHitler, Adolf,Gulf Oil CorporationPeaceGeneralsNorth Atlantic Treaty OrganizationEisenhower, Dwight D.--(Dwight David),Reconstruction (1939-1951)Armed ForcesCampaign fundsCorporations--Political activityElectionsEconomic policyMarshall, George C.--(George Catlett),United NationsUnited States.--ArmyWorld War (1939-1945)Roosevelt, Eleanor,Carter, Marshall S.--(Marshall Sylvester),United States.--Army.--European CommandInternational organizationFairbank, John King,Truscott, Lucian King,Vietnam War (1961-1975)Sills, BeverlyRidgway, Matthew B.--(Matthew Bunker),Military readinessMead, Margaret,1895198919251940194119421944194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195919601961196319641969197019711972197319751976197819821983198519861987198819901991199219931994199619971999200020125148151206327.730947E183.8.R9ocn646028135ocn550657903ocn0729207685609ocn000476091book19460.63McCloy, John JThe challenge to American foreign policy4449ocn000016816book19690.70McCloy, John JThe Atlantic Alliance: its origin and its future1241ocn002074205book19760.73McCloy, John JThe great oil spill : the inside report, Gulf Oil's bribery and political chicanery471ocn163379161book19510.25Landsberg : ein dokumentarischer Bericht373ocn007758770book19500.90McCloy, John JThe future of GermanyHistory311ocn007942778book19630.70McCloy, John JDie Verschwörung gegen Hitler : ein Geschenk an die deutsche ZukunftHistory223ocn084303899book19530.35McCloy, John JZivilisten oder Militärs; die USA in der Weltpolitik212ocn004494384book19780.92In the public service : John J. McCloy-on receipt of the Aspen Institute's Statesman-Humanist AwardBiography202ocn013628379book19820.76McCloy, John JAmérique-Europe : relations de partenaires nécessaires à la paix192ocn013735108book19520.66McCloy, John JReport on Germany, Sept. 21, 1949-July 31, 1952185ocn781470282book19560.59Roberts, Henry LRussia and America, dangers and prospects171ocn003302208book19750.92Gulf Oil CorporationReport of the Special Review Committee of the Board of Directors of Gulf Oil CorporationCase studies161ocn615342152book19510.28Einweihung des Goethehauses : Ansprachen163ocn612474670book19860.84McCloy, John JJohn J. McCloys Reden zu Deutschland- und Berlinfragen : publizistische Aktivitäten und Ansprachen des amerikanischen Hochkommissars für Deutschland, 1949-1952History143ocn031690452book19480.90McCloy, John JEurope's hope for recovery : address61ocn257339348rcrd19860.31McCloy, John JRede aus Anlaß der Übergabe des Süddeutschen Rundfunks, Stuttgart, in deutsche Verantwortung am 22. Juli 1949 Mitschnitt in engl. Sprache mit dt. Übers., geringf. gekürzt61ocn021471036book19540.92McCloy, John JOur best defense: faith in ourselves62ocn631729731book19500.31McCloy, John JAnsprachen des amerikanischen Hochkommissars für Deutschland : Washington, D.C., 23. Jan. 1950 u. Stuttgart, 6. Febr. 195052ocn312763192book19520.47McCloy, John JAbseitsstehen ist Feigheit : Ansprache am 21. Januar 1952 in der Universität Freiburg51ocn010943576book19411.00McCloy, John JAmerica's present military strength : no basis for defeatism16663ocn013580813book19860.28Isaacson, WalterThe wise men : six friends and the world they made : Acheson, Bohlen, Harriman, Kennan, Lovett, McCloyBiographyThis book is a collective biography of the best and brightest men in government and their foreign policies which dominate our actions to this day. It includes data on World War II diplomacy, the Cold War, Communist containment, the Marshall Plan, the Truman Doctrine, Kennedy and Johnson diplomacy, and Vietnam War diplomacy. A blend of personal biography and public drama, it introduces the original best and brightest, leaders whose outsized personalities and actions brought order to postwar chaos: Averell Harriman, the freewheeling diplomat and Roosevelt's special envoy to Churchill and Stalin; Dean Acheson, the secretary of state who was more responsible for the Truman Doctrine than Truman and for the Marshall Plan than General Marshall; George Kennan, self-cast outsider and intellectual darling of the Washington elite; Robert Lovett, assistant secretary of war, undersecretary of state, and secretary of defense throughout the formative years of the Cold War; John McCloy, one of the nation's most influential private citizens; and Charles Bohlen, adroit diplomat and ambassador to the Soviet Union+-+96228393157182ocn025026508book19920.33Bird, KaiThe chairman : John J. McCloy, the making of the American establishmentBiography6652ocn021876187book19910.59Schwartz, Thomas AlanAmerica's Germany : John J. McCloy and the Federal Republic of GermanyHistory+-+40668592153241573ocn793326759book19860.20Isaacson, WalterThe wise men : six friends and the world they madeBiography"Six close friends shaped the role their country would play in the dangerous years following World War II. They were the original best and brightest, whose towering intellects, outsize personalities, and dramatic actions would bring order to the postwar chaos, and whose strong response to Soviet expansionism would leave a legacy that dominates American policy to this day. In April 1945, they converged to advise an untutored new president, Harry Truman. They were Averell Harriman, the freewheeling diplomat and Roosevelt's special envoy to Churchill and Stalin; Dean Acheson, the secretary of state who was more responsible for the Truman Doctrine than Truman and for the Marshall Plan than General Marshall; George Kennan, selfcast outsider and intellectual darling of the Washington elite; Robert Lovett, assistant secretary of war, undersecretary of state, and secretary of defense throughout the formative years of the Cold War; John McCloy, one of the nation's most influential private citizens; and Charles Bohlen, adroit diplomat and ambassador to the Soviet Union. Together they formulated a doctrine of Communist containment that was to be the foundation of American policy." --Front flap+-+96228393151063ocn031605859book19940.81Fischer, Erika JJohn J. McCloy : an American architect of postwar Germany : profiles of a trans-Atlantic leader and communicatorHistory952ocn012884313book19850.92Fischer, Erika JJohn J. McCloy und die Frühgeschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland : Presseberichte und Dokumente über den amerikanischen Hochkommissar für Deutschland, 1949-1952543ocn017651133book19860.84McCloy, John JJohn J. McCloys Reden zu Deutschland- und Berlinfragen : publizistische Aktivitäten und Ansprachen des amerikanischen Hochkommissars für Deutschland, 1949-1952History311ocn006186125rcrd19750.63McCloy, John JA conversation with John J. McCloyHistoryJohn J. McCloy, advisor to four U.S. Presidents, talks to Eric Sevareid about the Presidents under whom he served, about Generals Marshall, Patton and MacArthur, about the dropping of the atom bomb, about his role as High Commissioner for Germany, etc301ocn031353056book19920.33Schwartz, Thomas AlanDie Atlantik-Brücke : John McCloy und das NachkriegsdeutschlandHistory161ocn004669755book19760.81McCloy, John JThe Eisenhower administration projectBiographySources73ocn014984364book19850.94Schwartz, Thomas AlanFrom occupation to alliance : John J. McCloy and the Allied High Commission in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1949-195221ocn028411783mix0.92Mount Holyoke CollegeConference proceedingsCorrespondence, programs, brochures, speeches, questionnaires, news releases, clippings, and photos. Speakers from government, academia, international and other organizations include Isaiah Berlin, Francis Biddle, Norman Cousins, Vera M. Dean, John K. Fairbank, Ralph E. Flanders, John Kenneth Galbraith, Sidney Hook, Owen Lattimore, Isador Lubin, John J. McCloy, Charles Malik, Margaret Mead, Alva Myrdal, Vijaya Pandit, Lester B. Pearson, Edwin O. Reischauer, Carlos P. Romulo, Eleanor Roosevelt, Dean Rusk, and B.F. Skinner21ocn034908977rcrd19960.10Isaacson, WalterThe wise men [six friends and the world they made]Biography21ocn028418472mix0.92George, C. JRecords and correspondencePapers relating to various aspects of the career of George, who served as aide to Gen. George C. Marshall and later as secretary of the Marshall Foundation. Includes correspondence relating to Marshall's funeral and John J. McCloy's receipt (1961) of the Association of the United States Army George C. Marshall Award, and personal letters from Marshall S. Carter21ocn048986709rcrd19750.47Vital history cassettes May-August, 1975History21ocn028418711mix0.92Handy, Thomas THistoryRecords and correspondenceChiefly correspondence (1944-1969) relating to Handy's military career during World War II as assistant chief of staff for operations and deputy chief of staff under General George C. Marshall; from 1949 to 1954 in Germany serving as commander-in-chief of U.S. troops in Europe in the NATO command and as deputy commander-in-chief of the U.S. European Command; as well as his work on the staff of the Research Analysis Corporation (1957-1969). Papers (1949-1954) consist mainly of routine office and social correspondence. Correspondents include Omar N. Bradley, George C. Marshall, John J. McCloy, Daniel Noce, George S. Patton, Matthew B. Ridgway, and Lucian K. Truscott, Jr11ocn048802022mix0.47McCloy, John JMcCloy papers, series 26-29HistorySourcesCorrespondence, memoranda, reports and working papers documenting McCloy's service in various quasi-official governmental positions. Series 26 documents his service as representative of the U.S. Treasury Department on special missions to Germany having to do with the stability of the international monetary system. Series 27 consists of two folders of correspondence and background material dealing with the negotiation of the 1978 Panama Canal treaty agreements. Series 28 relates to McCloy's work as member of a "Special Project Team" headed by David Rockefeller working to gain asylum for the former Shah of Iran, Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, in the U.S. Series 29 documents McCloy's work on the Transition Team for President-Elect Ronald Reagan, particularly on the Interim Foreign Policy Advisory Board11ocn048802023mix0.47McCloy, John JMcCloy papers, series 30-32 and 34Correspondence, memoranda, notes, printed material, reports, oral histories, and other material documenting McCloy's career in government service and private business. Series 30 consists chiefly of McCloy's responses to inquiries about the findings of the Warren Commission, established in 1963 to investigate the assassination of President Kennedy and of which McCloy was a member. Series 31 consists of material on diverse topics in banking and finance, including Chase Manhattan Bank and its conversion from a state to a national bank. Series 32 includes publications, reports, and other printed material written by people other than McCloy and probably gathered for briefing or background purposes. Series 34 contains biographical material, McCloy's reflections, oral histories, and correspondence covering his career. Topics include World War II and the internment of Japanese-Americans11ocn122481434mix19701.00McCloy, John JReminiscences of John Jay McCloy :Interviews11ocn048802021mix0.47McCloy, John JMcCloy papers, series 21-25SourcesCorrespondence, printed material, reports and other records documenting McCloy's activities in international affairs and government service. Series 21 includes material from his official and unofficial arms control and disarmament activities, including his tenure as Chairman of the General Advisory Committee of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (1961-1974). Series 22 concerns Berlin and heightened East-West tensions there following construction of the Berlin Wall in 1961. Series 23 documents McCloy's service as Chairman of the Coordinating Committee of the U.S. on the Cuban Missile Crisis, which worked to achieve a peaceful negotiated settlement to the October 1962 confrontation between the U.S. and the Soviet Union over the presence of Soviet nuclear missiles in Cuba. Series 24 consists of a lengthy memorandum of McCloy's apparently unofficial meeting with Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin at the Russian Embassy on July 3, 1962, concerning a variety of topics. Series 25 chiefly documents McCloy's role as head of the American delegation to the Tripartite or Trilateral Talks of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), 1966-1967, to discuss issues arising from a redeployment of forces stationed in Europe+-+9622839315+-+9622839315Fri Mar 21 15:12:32 EDT 2014batch26577