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Causes and consequences of World War II.

Author: Robert A Divine
Publisher: Chicago, Quadrangle Books, 1969.
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A collection of significant articles presenting "a cross-section of the conflicting interpretations of the role of American Diplomacy in the origins, conduct, and legacy" of World War II.
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Divine, Robert A.
Causes and consequences of World War II.
Chicago, Quadrangle Books, 1969
(OCoLC)563538197
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert A Divine
OCLC Number: 46657
Description: 375 pages 22 cm
Contents: Part I. Introduction : diplomatic historians and World War II --
A guide to the bibliography of World War II --
Part II. American entry into World War II --
Notes on Roosevelt's "quarantine" speech / Dorothy Borg --
Congressional isolationists and the Roosevelt foreign policy / John C. Donovan --
Roosevelt as friend of France / John McVickar Haight, Jr. --
"In case of attack" in the Atlantic / Charles A. Beard --
War came to Pearl Harbor : suspicions considered / Herbert Feis --
Germany and Pearl Harbor / Hans L. Trefousse --
Part III. Wartime diplomacy --
Two Roosevelt decisions : one debit, one credit / Sumner Welles --
Our worst blunders in the war : Europe and the Russians / Hanson W. Baldwin --
Unconditional surrender reconsidered / John L. Chase --
Who "collaborated" with Russia? / Paul Willen --
The lesson of Yalta / G.F. Hudson --
Yalta : another Munich? / Rudolph A. Winnacker --
Zonal boundaries and access to Berlin / William M. Franklin --
Our Vichy fumble / Louis Gottschalk --
Dilemmas of American Far Eastern policy / John K. Fairbank --
Part IV. Consequences of World War II --
The decision to use the atomic bomb / Henry L. Stimson --
A new vision of American omnipotence / William Appleman Williams --
How did the Cold War begin? / Gar Alperovitz --
Origins of the Cold War / Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
Responsibility: Edited with an introd. by Robert A. Divine.

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A collection of significant articles presenting "a cross-section of the conflicting interpretations of the role of American Diplomacy in the origins, conduct, and legacy" of World War II.

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