TITLE

Five Minutes to Twelve

PUB. DATE
May 1941
SOURCE
New Republic;5/19/41, Vol. 104 Issue 20, p683
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
Criticizes the U.S. government for not supporting Great Britain in its time of crises when the Nazis threaten it. Fact that when France fell, and the beaches and fields of England were threatened, the U.S. drove a hard deal for a few aged destroyers; Discussion of the socio-economic conditions of people in Great Britain; Response of U.S. senators on American supplies being sent to Great Britain at the time of crises; Statement that some men in the U.S. still believe that there is no difference between democratic England and fascist Germany; Information on forces behind the U.S. President's foreign policy; Report that either the U.S. must end the war on whatever terms and spare the people of England from further suffering or must give her aid; Statement that if German dictator Hitler ends the war by conquering the world, it will still not be peace.
ACCESSION #
14707064

 

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