United States Foreign Relations During World War II 1975-1978


United States Foreign Relations During World War II, 1975-1978

United States Foreign Relations During World War II 1975-1978

This collection of interviews primarily covers U.S. foreign relations with Great Britain during World War II. While other countries, specifically the Soviet Union, are mentioned, most of the interviewees were in some way connected to Britain. Major topics include the openness in sharing information between the U.S. and Britain, Lend-Lease, and a discussion of various diplomats. Most interviewees complete their post-war history with a description of their duties in the locations they were later reassigned.

4 interviews; Audiotapes, transcripts, and collateral materials


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