Thursday, April 26, 2012

1941. Peril Harbor

Frank discussed these points with Cabot Coville , his senior in FE. Cabot finally came up with the idea of writing a memo through Hamilton to Hull apprising him of the fact that there was a difference of opinion in FE, an opinion opposed to the continuing appeasement policy. The thrust of the memo was to the effect that if the U.S. continued its policy toward Japan which amounted to appeasement, China, of extreme importance to the U.S. and the west for economic, political and cultural reasons, would be lost.

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