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Repair Work and Naval Musical Chairs: Conflict and Cooperation in Anglo-American Naval Relations in 1941

Contents: Background: Infrastructure Changes Early Discussions on Anglo-American Pacific Policy Pacific Policy Differences ABC-1 Talks The Repair Requests The Rest of the Story Conclusion Corbin Williamson Ohio State University David Reynolds has described the years 1940 and 1941 as the … Continue reading

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Two Captains, Two Regimes: Benjamin Franklin Tilley and Richard Phillips Leary, America’s Pacific Island Commanders, 1899-1901

By Diana L. Ahmad Missouri University of Science and Technology By 1900, with the acquisition of Guam in Micronesia and eastern Samoa in Polynesia, the United States had successfully expanded its borders into the Pacific Ocean. The Department of the … Continue reading

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