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Pearl Harbor Investigating Committees and the East Wind Rain Message
(Creighton University, 1955)
In considering the problem of the East Wind Rain Message the historian is confronted with the task of reconstructing from a mass of raveled evidence and conflicting testimony data which will aid him in determining whether ...
The Destroyer Deal
(Creighton University, 1959)
These words, a recasting of the memorable expression of George Canning--nineteenth century British Foreign Secretary—were employed by Winston Churchill on June 4, 1940, speaking to the British Parliament. The occasion was ...
Spanish Neutrality in World War II
(Creighton University, 1957)
The Second World War, although rather recently concluded, has nevertheless accumulated a tremendous historiography. |The past twelve years saw a truly thoroughgoing dissection of this, the most catastrophic international ...
British Foreign Policy from the Munich Conference to the Polish Guarantee: A Study in Imponderables
(Creighton University, 1958)
Before the year succeeding the First World War, and reaching back to the time of Pitt, the great classic enunciator of British foreign policy, historians had enjoyed the phenomenon of a mighty power whose continental foreign ...
The Roosevelt-Churchill Partnership
(Creighton University, 1956)
The division of history into definite eras, ages, or periods is always arbitrary. So involved is the sequence of human events, so continuous the drama of man's existence upon this planet, that it is impossible to determine ...