A History of the United Nations Charter: The Role of the United States, 1940-1945
Brookings Institution, 1958 - 1140 ページ
This is an account of a critical period in international diplomacy. It is the story of the effort between 1940 and 1945 to fashion a world orgranization to keep the future peace. The book deals with the Atlantic Charter and the conferences at Moscow, Cairo, Teheran, Dumbarton Oaks and San Francisco that finally led to the United Nations Charter. It shows how the strategic decisions leading to military victory simultaneously helped to determine the conditions of postwar settlement, and its foreshadows some of the frustrations and conflicts of the decade that followed.
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