The big three : the United States, Britain, Russia / by David J. Dallin.


New Haven : Yale University Press, 1945.

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Subjects Grossbritannien.
Grossmacht.
Guerra mundial, 1939 1945 -- Paz.
Sowjetunion.
USA.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Peace.
World politics.
Description ix, 292 pages : maps ; 21 cm
Copyright Date 1945.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Also issued online.
Contents The changing world -- The United States and Britain. The United States navy ; Sea power ; Neptune's farewell to Britain ; False prognoses -- An Anglo-Saxon superstate? The British empire ; The future of the empire ; The three sore spots -- Facing the continent of Europe. Britain against the strongest power ; Principal lines of policy -- Objectives and aims of Soviet policy. The "intensive" revolution ; Unexplored mountains ; The Soviet navy ; Outlet to the oceans -- Between Germany and Russia. French predominance ; German predominance ; Soviet predominance ; Two spheres in Europe? -- The powers in the Middle East. The big three in the Middle East ; Revolutions and nationalism ; Turkey and the powers ; Iran and the powers -- The powers in the Far East. The United States and the Far East ; Two American concepts ; Back and forth ; Russia and communism in China ; Some misconceptions ; Soviet Russia and Soviet China -- Russia and the United States. The second half of the nineteenth century ; The twentieth century ; The Second World War ; A summary -- Conclusion.
1. The changing world -- 2. The United States and Britain -- 3. An Anglo-Saxon superstate? -- 4. Facing the continent of Europe -- 5. Objectives and aims of Soviet policy -- 6. Between Germany and Russia -- 7. The powers in the Middle East -- 7. The powers in the Far East -- 8. Russia and the United States.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)178102
(OCoLC)ocm00178102
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WorldCat Identities Dallin, David J., 1889-1962.
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