The "Japs-First" Bloc

Fuller, Helen
May 1943
New Republic;5/31/43, Vol. 108 Issue 22, p725
Highlights the speech of Senator Albert B. Chandler in the U.S. Congress attempting to turn the whole strategy of the World War II towards Japan. Suggestion of Chandler to substitute the policy of attrition for aggression in Europe; Stand of Chandler determines his association with the isolationists; Conference on determining war strategy; Criticism of the attempt of Chandler to change the war strategy.


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