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ISBN 10: 0522841155 ISBN 13: 9780522841152. Publisher: Melbourne Univ Pr, 1977.
Roger John Bell, Unequal allies: Australian-American relations and the Pacific war (Melbourne University Press, 1977). Macdougall, A (1991). Australians at War: A Pictorial History. Noble Park, Victoria: The Five Mile Press. p. 360. ISBN 1-86503-865-2.
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Personal Name: Bell, Roger J. (Roger John), 1947-. Publication, Distribution, et. Carlton, Vic. Bibliography: p. 265-272. Rubrics: World War, 1939-1945 Diplomatic history. Download now Unequal allies : Australian-American relations and the Pacific war Roger J. Bell. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
OVERVIEW The outbreak of global war late in 1941 brought Australia and the .
OVERVIEW The outbreak of global war late in 1941 brought Australia and the United States into a critical, if temporary, military alliance. Although part of the broad multilateral United Nations alliance against the Axis states, Australia-American collaboration was directed principally against Japan. During the early phase of war the interests of the two Pacific Allied powers were often complementary, though not wholly identical. The Australian Labor government consciously pursued a series of clearly discernible policy initiatives towards Washington.
Journal of Japanese Studies this is a monumental task, but Swenson-Wright handles it with apparent ease, presenting his analysis and conclusions in a clear and readable manner. reader is left with the sense that the USA did handle Japan well. This important, well-written book fills a suprising lacuna in historical literature:.
This study of bilateral relations in the war against Japan, 1941-1945, explodes the pervasive belief, in. .