Why We Need Britain

January 1941
New Republic;1/6/41, Vol. 104 Issue 1, p6
Focuses on the economic necessity for commercial unification of all democracies, including the members of the British Commonwealth. Self-sufficiency gained by the European countries by foreign trade in times of peace led by the determination of German dictator Adolf Hitler; Products for which non-Russian Europe is dependent on outside sources; Dependence of Western Hemispheric countries on exports of raw materials for the employment of great sections of its population; Consolidation of the U.S. trading bloc if Great Britain is included in the bloc; Request of Hitler for unification of Europe.


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