Arms Embargoes and the Traffic in Munitions

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Arms Embargoes and the Traffic in Munitions

Roocevelt Conferences with Macdonald and Herriot

President Roosevelt, in his second radio report to the country, Sunday night May 7, put “first” among the objectives sought in his conferences with foreign statesmen “a general reduction of armaments, and through this the removal of the fear of invasion and armed attack.” In Europe, and particularly in France, this objective has usually been phrased the other way around: “Removal of the fear of ...

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