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by Frank W. Brecher

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Author: Frank W. Brecher
ISBN: 0313279004
ISBN13: 978-0313279003
Language: English
Publisher: Praeger (June 30, 1991)
Pages: 192
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Topics such as the Jewish minori United States diplomatic policy towards European Jews, Zionists, and Israelis remains vitally important to the stability and international posture of numerous countries.

Topics such as the Jewish minori United States diplomatic policy towards European Jews, Zionists, and Israelis remains vitally important to the stability and international posture of numerous countries. This study traces the evolution of that policy from its roots in isolated responses to post-World War I antisemitism to its coherent statement in the post-World War II era.

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United States diplomatic policy towards European Jews, Zionists, and Israelis remains vitally important to the stability and international posture of numerous countries

United States diplomatic policy towards European Jews, Zionists, and Israelis remains vitally important to the stability and international posture of numerous countries. Topics such as the Jewish minority problem in Europe, the history of .

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Foreign Policy Toward Jews from Wilson to Roosevelt. New York: Greenwood Press, 1991. Breitman, Richard, and Alan Kraut. American Refugee Policy and European Jewry 1933–1945. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1987. Cantril, Hadley, and Mildred Strunk.

The foreign policy of the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration was the foreign policy of the United States from 1933 to 1945, under the Presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt, first and second terms, and the Presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt, third a. . Roosevelt, third and fourth terms. Roosevelt kept personal control of foreign-policy in the White House, and for that he depended heavily on Henry Morgenthau, Sumner Welles and Harry Hopkins.

Among his earlier publications is Reluctant Ally: . Foreign Policy Toward the Jews from Wilson to Roosevelt (Greenwood Press, 1991). Mr. Brecher is preparing a sequel to the present study, assessing France's early relations with the United States up to the Louisiana Purchase. Библиографические данные. Losing a Continent: France's North American Policy, 1753-1763 ABC-Clio ebook Contributions to the study of world history (Выпуск 62), ISSN 0885-9159.

Series: Contributions in political science ; no. 380. IV. Series: Contributions in political science.

The United States’ Foreign Policy toward the Middle East. These missionaries, however, were unable to convert many Muslims or Jews. before World War I. American trade with the Middle East dates back more than two hundred years. to Christianity, but instead influenced and modernized education in the region; establishing outstanding institutions such as Robert College in Turkey founded.

United States diplomatic policy towards European Jews, Zionists, and Israelis remains vitally important to the stability and international posture of numerous countries. This study traces the evolution of that policy from its roots in isolated responses to post-World War I antisemitism to its coherent statement in the post-World War II era. Topics such as the Jewish minority problem in Europe, the history of U.S.-Zionist relations, and the American response to the Holocaust, often treated separately, are here studied together, and their integral part within U.S. policy emphasized.

Told in narrative form, this is the story of the origins of U.S. policy towards European Jews and the Jews' reaction to that policy. Reluctant Ally is a powerful account of how the American outrage at mistreatment of European Jewry joined with the Zionist movement to support the inevitable settling of Palestine. Policy changed rapidly from 1900 to mid-century, and this objective discussion of the various aspects of that development brings many new facts to light and furnishes information that can enhance understanding of current U.S. policy toward Israel as well as the current war in the Middle East.

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