Legal classics library. History of international law.
Originally published in 1946 under title: Think's diary of World War II. Includes indexes.
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Wartime presidents Introductory The beginning of World War II War in Europe begins England and France declare war The United States prepares for defense Selective Service Atlantic charter Pearl Harbor and war U.S. declares war on Axis Members of War Cabinet Pictorial chronology of war combat America celebrates victory Five-star generals Army manpower and organization Five-star admirals Navy manpower and organization Air forces The diplomatic front Women in the Armed Forces Home front Civilian defense F.B.I. Youth in the war effort Financing the war Cooperation of government, industry and labor "Miracle of production" Leaders of U.S. civilian war agencies Notables in the war effort Plants go up Manufacturing industries Extractive industries Lumber Agriculture Transportation Communications Public utilities Science Religion, education Press, radio and screen Auxiliary services : Red Cross, National War Fund, USO, etc. Outposts of the A.E.F. Inter-American defense Ambassadors of good will Major U.S. military decorations War expenditures by governments Official recognition Editorial Comments on the war : excerpts from Think Memorable dates of World War II In memoriam Facing forward Index and addenda Welcome home.
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