TITLE

PUT UP OR SHUT UP

AUTHOR(S)
Bess, Demaree
PUB. DATE
November 1941
SOURCE
Saturday Evening Post;11/22/1941, Vol. 214 Issue 21, p14
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses the dependence of Great Britain on the U.S. as their grand strategy to win a war. Reason of the British staff officers for admiring U.S. Confederate General Robert E. Lee who fought a defensive campaign during the U.S. civil war; Involvement of the U.S. in a one-sided war against Germans; Criticism against the British government for holding back while Russia fought.
ACCESSION #
19992674

 

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