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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Notter, Harley A.
Postwar foreign policy preparation, 1939-1945.
Washington : [U.S.G.P.O.], 1949
|Material Type:||Government publication, National government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Harley A Notter; United States. Department of State. Office of Public Affairs.
|Notes:||" ... The book was written by Harley A. Notter, Advisor to the Assistant Secretary for United Nations Affairs ..."--Page 4.
Errata slip inserted.
|Description:||ix, 726 pages : illustrations, maps (1 folded) ; 24 cm + errata.|
|Contents:||The beginning of preparation, 1939-1941. Initial effort toward preparation, December 1939 --
Program of preparation, 1940 --
New measurement and new organization, 1941 --
The advisory committee on post-war foreign policy, 1942-summer 1943. Organization and meetings of the full committee --
The subcommittees of the advisory committee --
The research staff --
Suspension of the advisory committee --
Advanced preparation, mid-summer 1943-autumn 1944. Adaptation of the structure for preparation --
Development of international conferences, autumn 1943 --
Organization for advanced preparation, January-July 1944 --
International discussions and conferences, spring-autumn 1944 --
Proposals for general international organization and an "informal conference" --
"Tentative proposals" and negotiating arrangements --
The American group for major power conversations --
Dumbarton Oaks conversations and political consultations --
The unfinished businsness winter, 1944-spring 1945. Transition from extraordinary preparation to operations --
Remaining economic and social preparation and conferences --
Remaining preparation on territorial problems --
Continuing preparation for general international organiztaion --
International conferences, February-March 1945 --
End of preparation for general international organization.
|Series Title:||Department of State publication, 3580.; Department of State publication., General foreign policy series ;, 15.|