Anglo-American Strategic Relations and the Far East, 1933-1939: Imperial Crossroads

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Psychology Press, 2002 - History - 313 pages
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This volume charts how the national strategic needs of the United States of America and Great Britain created a "parallel but not joint" relationship towards the Far East as the crisis in that region evolved from 1933-39. In short, it is a look at the relationship shared between the two nations with respect to accommodating one another on certain strategic and diplomatic issues so that they could become more confident of one another in any potential showdowns with Japan.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
1 AngloAmerican Intelligence War Planning and Naval Cooperation 193339
15
The British
51
The Americans
91
4 The Development of AngloAmerican Trust and the 1935 London Naval Conference I
121
5 The Development of AngloAmerican Trust and the 1935 London Naval Conference II
173
6 The Foreign Office and the State Department 193739
211
7 Conclusion
262
Bibliography
269
Index
309
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Greg Kennedy is a lecturer at the Defence Studies Department, King's College, London, based at the Joint Services Command and Staff College in Shrivenham.

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