TITLE

The World After the War

PUB. DATE
January 1945
SOURCE
New Republic;1/22/1945, Vol. 112 Issue 4, p104
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
Discusses the political conditions that will prevail around the world after World War II. Indications by many nations that they intend to continue policies of self-aggrandizement; Proposal by Great Britain to free its colonies; Suggestion by Portugal, Belgium and the Netherlands to have a greater degree of political autonomy; Engagement of the Soviet Union in safeguarding her postwar security.
ACCESSION #
18140862

 

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