Toward World Organization

Straight, Michael
February 1942
New Republic;2/2/42, Vol. 106 Issue 5, p136
Focuses on the consolidation of war efforts by the U.S. and Great Britain. Allocation of arms over the Allied fronts; Problems faced by the U.S.-British war council; Creation of a Joint Committee on Raw Materials for the allocation of raw materials among the Allies; Information on the integration between war efforts of the U.S. and Canada; Reason behind the exclusion of Soviet Union on the new joint boards; Possible impact of the collaboration.


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