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An Anglo American Alliance

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Special Interests the State and the Anglo American Alliance 1939 1945

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This book aims to enhance our understanding of the Anglo-American alliance by examining the origins of the alliance during the Second World War. It presents a case study of how power is distributed in British society, and who makes the political decisions that decisively shape the society and world in which we live.

An Anglo American Alliance

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The Anglo American Alliance in Prophecy

Author : Martin Lyman Streator
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The US Culture Wars and the Anglo American Special Relationship

Author : David G. Haglund
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This book discusses “culture” and the origins of the Anglo-American special relationship (the AASR). The bitter dispute between ethnic groups in the US from 1914–17—a period of time characterized as the “culture wars”—laid the groundwork both for US intervention in the European balance of power in 1917 and for the creation of what would eventually become a lasting Anglo-American alliance. Specifically, the vigorous assault on English “civilization” launched by two large ethnic groups in America (the Irish-Americans and the German-Americans) had the unintended effect of causing America’s demographic majority at the time (the English-descended Americans) to regard the prospect of an Anglo-American alliance in an entirely new manner. The author contemplates why the Anglo-American “great rapprochement” of 1898 failed to generate the desired “Anglo-Saxon” alliance in Britain, and in so doing features theoretically informed inquiries into debates surrounding both the origins of the war in 1914 and the origins of the American intervention decision nearly three years later.

An Anglo American Alliance

Author : Gregory Casparian
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The Twin Crises and the Anglo American Alliance 1961 1962

Author : Toshihiko Aono
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Special Interests the State and the Anglo American Alliance 1939 1945

Author : Inderjeet Parmar
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This book, first published in 1995, aims to enhance our understanding of the Anglo-American alliance by examining the origins of the alliance during the Second World War. It presents a case study of how power is distributed in British society, and who makes the political decisions that decisively shape the society and world in which we live.

Hong Kong Empire and the Anglo American Alliance

Author : A. Whitfield
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The surrender of Hong Kong to the Japanese in December 1941 started the collapse of British power in the Far East. Disproportionate to its small size, the colony became critical in Britain's battle to retain her Empire. Ironically, the threat to British sovereignty came not from Japan, but her own allies, America and China. New light is shed on the multi-faceted Anglo-American relationship, the significance of Britain's 'imperial mentality', and China's claim to the colony.

Counterinsurgency Wars and the Anglo American Alliance

Author : Andrew Mumford
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Andrew Mumford challenges the notion of a “special relationship” between the United States and United Kingdom in diplomatic and military affairs, the most vaunted and, he says, exaggerated of associations in the post-1945 era. Though they are allies to be sure, national self-interest and domestic politics have often undercut their relationship. This is the first book to combine a history of US-UK interaction during major counterinsurgency campaigns since 1945, from Palestine to Iraq and Afghanistan, with a critical examination of the so called special relationship that has been tested during these difficult, protracted, and costly conflicts. Mumford’s assessment of each nation’s internal political discussions and diplomatic exchanges reveals that in actuality there is only a thin layer of specialness at work in the wars that shaped the postcolonial balance of power, the fight against Communism in the Cold War, and the twenty-first-century “war on terror.” This book is especially timely given that the US-UK relationship is once again under scrutiny because of the Trump administration’s “America First” rhetoric and Britain's changing international relations as a result of Brexit. Counterinsurgency Wars and the Anglo-American Alliance will interest scholars and students of history, international relations, and security studies as well as policy practitioners in the field.

An Anglo American Alliance A Serio Comic Romance and Forecast of the Future

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Complete Handbook on an Anglo American Alliance

Author : John Weston Walch
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Anglo American Relations in the Twentieth Century

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A reassessment of the international relations between Britain and America during the twentieth century, this text challenges many of the accepted interpretations of the Anglo-American relationship based on the most recent research.

Theories of Power and the Formation of the Anglo American Alliance 1939 45

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The Anglo American Alliance in Prophecy Or the Promises to the Fathers

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The Anglo American Alliance in the 70 s

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Strategies in Conflict

Author : Stephen Daniel Mings
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"This study is an evaluation of Britain's role in the Anglo-American alliance from 1941 through mid-1943. Although the study deals with coalition warfare, strategic decision making and military operations, none of these topics is its sole concern. I have attempted to utilize all three of these topics to race the evolution of Anglo-American grand strategy and, specifically, Britain's role in molding and directing Alliance strategy ... My thesis is that conflicting British and American strategies on how best to defeat the European Axis powers resulted in the diversion of American strength from an early cross-Channel assault into operations in the Mediterranean. Although in basic agreement with the grand strategy of defeating the European Axis powers first, the British wanted a direct assault through northern France on the Ruhr industrial complex postponed until German morale and/or military capabilities became so low that an invasion would be an assured success. The British government was content to let the Soviet Union grapple with the bulk of German forces while Britain consolidated her traditional interests in the Mediterranean and Middle East. The German occupation of France after June 1940 allowed Britain a free hand to pursue her own interests where previously she had been only a partner in the Anglo-French alliance. Britain could best pursue her strategic goals by forestalling American plans for a limited cross-Channel assault in 1942 and a full scale invasion in 1943 through the involvement of American forces in the Mediterranean area ... The subsequent entanglement of American strength in the Mediterranean forestalled the main invasion until 1944, diverted American resources to a relative backwater, and restricted American flexibility in the Pacific war. The strategic question of Mediterranean versus cross-Channel operations, within the larger framework of European versus Far Eastern grand strategy, has sparked a controversy which has smoldered for thirty years. My study, utilizing some new materials, sheds additional light upon these problems in the Anglo-American alliance. The new materials reveal the evolutionary nature of Anglo-American strategy. The strategic decisions reached by the British and Americans were not simply the product of a series of formal meetings so much as day to day response to events, personalities, and continuous staff planning for a myriad of contingencies"--Preface.

Counterinsurgency Wars and the Anglo American Alliance

Author : Andrew Mumford
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Andrew Mumford challenges the notion of an actual US-UK "special relationship," the most vaunted, and Mumford says, exaggerated of diplomatic associations in the post-1945 era. This book combines for the first time an analysis of US-UK interaction during major counterinsurgency campaigns since 1945, from Palestine to Iraq and Afghanistan, with a critical examination of the widely perceived diplomatic and military "special relationship." An assessment of each nation's respective private political perceptions and public diplomacy towards the others' conflicts reveals that in actuality there is only a thin layer of "specialness" at work in wars that shaped the postcolonial balance of power, the fight against Communism in the Cold War, and the twenty-first century "War on Terror." This work is especially timely given Britain's changing international relations as a result of Brexit as well as the Chilcot Inquiry about the lead up to the invasion of Iraq in 2003.

Divided We Stand

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American Wives of English Husbands

Author : Adelheid Shelton-MacKenzie
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