A Turning Point in American Foreign Policy: The United States and Spain, 1945-1953
foreign policy, international relations, United States, Spain, post-World War II diplomacy, anti-fascism
Diplomatic History | European History | International Relations | Political Science | United States History
The decision to embark on a study of some aspect of American foreign policy during the post-World War II years grew out of the realization that not only was I substantially ignorant of innumerable determinants in our foreign policy of that time, but also that it would be impossible to fully grasp the nature of the contemporary world scene without a thorough knowledge of the developments of that period.
A study of some aspect of our relations with Spain during those years suggested itself as a relevant topic of examination.
Department 1 Awarding Honors Status
Estermann, P. I. (1965). A Turning Point in American Foreign Policy: The United States and Spain, 1945-1953 (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/894