DOCUMENTS ON AUSTRALIAN FOREIGN POLICY 1937-1949. Volume V: July 1941-June 1942. download epub
by W.J. and Stoken H.J.W. (eds.) Hudson
v. 5. July 1941-June 1942. v. 6. July 1942-December 1943.
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In response to the July 1941 Japanese occupation of southern French . When Nazi Germany invaded the Soviet Union in June 1941, Roosevelt agreed to extend Lend-Lease to the Soviets.
In response to the July 1941 Japanese occupation of southern French Indochina, Roosevelt expanded a trade embargo on Japan. After attempting to re-open oil exports, Japan launched an attack on the . fleet stationed at Pearl Harbor. In response, Congress declared war on Japan and, eventually, Germany and Italy. Though foreign affairs dominated Roosevelt's third and fourth terms, important developments also took place on the home front. The military buildup spurred economic growth, and unemployment fell precipitously.
Documents on American Foreign Relations. Foreign affairs this week. Volume IV: July 1941-June 1942. Documents on American Foreign Relations. By Leland M. Goodrich and Others. The fourth annual issue of this valuable compilation of documents.
Book Description: Volume VII of Documents on Irish Foreign Policy chronicles Ireland’s struggle to remain neutral and sovereign during the ‘Emergency’ years. The taoiseach and minister for external affairs Eamon de Valera believed that Ireland's independence would suffer if the country took part in great power quarrels
248 W J Hudson and H J W Stokes, Documents on Australian Foreign Policy 1937-49, volume IV, AGPS 1980. 298 John B Lundstrom, The First South Pacific Campaign: Pacific Fleet Strategy Dec 1941 to June 1942, Naval Institute Press, 1977.
248 W J Hudson and H J W Stokes, Documents on Australian Foreign Policy 1937-49, volume IV, AGPS 1980. 249 J Hughes-Wilson, Military Intelligence Blunders, Constable Publishers, London 1999 . 299 John B Lundstrom, The First Team: Pacific Naval Air Combat from Pearl Harbor to Midway, Naval Institute Press 2005.
Download Citation British Lend-Lease Aid and the Soviet War Effort, June 1941–June 1942 The historiography of Allied assistance to the Soviet Union during the Great Patriotic War (1941–45) has paid little attention to deliveries made. Having been created only in May 1937, and despite being the smallest of the Soviet fleets in June 1941, the Northern Fleet was the most active during the Great Patriotic War, being to a considerable extent concerned with the defense of Allied convoys to Murmansk and Archangel'sk.
History of Australian diplomacy. Documents on Australian foreign policy. The first part of the project, comprising Documents on Australian Foreign Policy 1937-1949, was completed in 2001.
13 The four volumes of Documents on German Foreign Policy, 1919–1945, Series D, 1937–1945, that have so far appeared cover the period from September, 1937, to the occupation of Prague, March 15, 1939. The third volume, on the Spanish Civil War, begins in July, 1936. The same period is also covered by the four volumes of Documents on British Foreign Policy, 1919–1939, Third Series. 14 Kordt,, Nicht aus den Akte. pp. 178, 183, 184. By requiring the normal examinations, Kordt claims he effectively locked the doors against them.
Volume IV: July 1940 – June 1941, Department of Foreign Affairs, Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra, 1980. Hudson, W. and Stokes, H. J. eds, Documents on Australian Foreign Policy 1937–1939. Volume VI: July 1942 – December 1943, Department of Foreign Affairs, Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra, 1983. and Way, Wendy, eds, Letters from ‘A Secret Service Agent’: F. L. McDougall to S. M. Bruce 1924–1929, Department of Foreign Affairs, Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra, 1986.
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