Political consultations between the United States and the French National Committee, 1942-1943 : the embassy of Admiral Harold R. Stark, USN.
Simpson, B. Mitchell
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Before the United States entered World War II, the President was concerned with the security of the Western hemisphere. Military planners addressed themselves to the strategic problems of hemispheric defense and to the potential threat which would be posed by Axis control of North and West Africa. On the diplomatic scene Secretary of State Cordell Hull negotiated the Act of Havana in 1940 with its far reaching no transfer principle. The United States also maintained diplomatic relations with the government of Marshal Petain at Vichy in an attempt to encourage French independence from Germany or at the very least to inhibit a collaboration policy.
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