Legal classics library. Foreign relations of the US.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 653-667) and index.
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American relations with the Weimar Republic The Far East in ferment Continued friction with Japan points towards inevitable war Secretary Stimson produces a pattern of war Secretary Hull spurns a Japanese olive branch Moscow molds the political pattern in the Far East Mussolini looks upon Ethiopia with acquisitive eyes Britain and France fear to provoke war over the issue of Ethiopia American anticipates the League in exerting economic pressure upon Italy Mussolini makes a mockery out of collective security Ambassador Dodd finds Berlin an unpleasant spot for a Wilsonian democrat America views the Hitler regime with increasing dislike Europe fails to find a substitute for Locarno The shadow of dictatorship begins to darken the American landscape Britain blocks an effort of Roosevelt to find a path to peace Hitler takes over Austria as a long-delayed step towards Anschluss President Benes postpones too long a policy of Appeasement Munich : prelude to Prague Hitler takes Czechoslovakia under protective custody Russia instigates war in the Far East ; Roosevelt blames Japan Japan proposes a joint search for world peace but Hull declines Europe moves towards war Stalin lights the fuse to World War II Roosevelt adopts a more positive policy towards the war in Europe Roosevelt seeks a pretext for war with Germany Japan is maneuvered into firing the first shot at Pearl Harbor.
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