Anglo-American Cooperation in Asia

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Richard M. Boeckel, Editor

Axis Tokyo Pact and Anglo-American Policy

Conclusion, September 27, of a tripartite military alliance between Germany, Italy, and Japan, aimed unmistakably at the United States, gave the American people a sudden and dramatic demonstration of the inter-relation of the European and Asiatic wars and of the possibility of this country's becoming involved in hostilities simultaneously in the Atlantic and the Pacific. From the standpoint of American defense, viewed in the light of such a possibility, China's resistance to Japan was raised to a position rivaling in ...

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