Back door to war : the Roosevelt foreign policy, 1933-1941 / by Charles Callan Tansill.Material type: BookCall no.: HIST E 1952 660485Publication: Chicago : H. Regnery Co., ©1952Edition: 1st ed.Description: xxi, 690 p.Subject(s): Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945 | World politics | United States -- Foreign relations -- 1933-1945
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 653-667) and index.
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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