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On active service in peace and war, by Henry L. Stimson and McGeorge Bundy

Label
On active service in peace and war
Title
On active service in peace and war
Statement of responsibility
by Henry L. Stimson and McGeorge Bundy
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1867-1950
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Stimson, Henry L.
Dewey number
973.91
Illustrations
portraits
Index
no index present
LC call number
E748.S883
LC item number
A3
Literary form
non fiction
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Bundy, McGeorge
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  • United States
  • United States
Label
On active service in peace and war, by Henry L. Stimson and McGeorge Bundy
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"About one fifth of the material in this book was published serially [in the Ladies Home Journal] under the title of Time Of Peril."
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • PART I. ON MANY FRONTS -- I. Attorney for the Government 3 -- II With Roosevelt and Taft 18 -- 1. Running for Governor -- 2. Secretary of War -- 3. The Split of 1912 -- III Responsible Government 56 -- 1. Framing a Program -- 2. In Convention Assembled -- 3. Success, Failure, and Victory -- 4. Credo of a Progressive Conservative -- IV The World Changes 82 -- 1. War Comes to America -- 2. Colonel Stimson -- V As Private Citizen 101 -- 1. The League of Nations Fight -- 2. At the Bar -- 3. The Peace of Tipitapa VI Governor General of the Philippines 117 -- 1. The Background -- 2. A Happy Year -- 3. Later Disappointments and Some Hopes
  • PART II WITH SPEARS OF STRAW-- VII Constructive Beginnings 155 -- 1. Washington in 1929 -- 2. London in 1930 3, Latin America in 1931 -- VIII The Beginnings of Disaster 190 -- 1. Before the Storm 2, Economic Crisis in Europe -- 3. More about These Damn Debts IX The Far Eastern Crisis 220 -- 1. A Japanese Decision -- 2. From Conciliation to Non recognition -- 3. Shanghai -- 4. The Borah Letter -- 5. Conclusion and Retrospect -- X The Tragedy of Timidity -- 1. Disarmament A Surface Issue -- 2. The Failure of Statesmanship -- XI Out Again 282 -- 1. The Campaign of 1932 -- 2. Middleman after Election -- XII Toward General War 297 -- 1. Citizen and Observer -- 2. 1933-1940, Cast as Cassandra
  • PART III. TIME OF PERIL -- XIII Call to Arms 323 -- 1. Back to Washington -- 2. The Newcomer -- 3. The Best Staff He Ever Had -- XIV The First Year 345 -- 1. Men for the New Army -- 2. Supplies -- 3. To Britain Alone -- XV Valley of Doubt 364 -- 1. A Difference with the President 2, The Price of Indecision -- XVI The War Begins 382 -- 1. Pearl Harbor -- 2. Mission of Delay -- 3. War Secretary -- XVII The Army and Grand Strategy 41 -- 1. Pearl Harbor to North Africa -- 2. The Great decision -- XVIII The Wartime Army 449 -- 1. Reorganization 2, Dipping Down -- 3. The Place of Specialists -- 4. Student Soldiers -- 5. The Army and the Negro -- 6. Science and New Weapons -- XIX The Effort for Total Mobilization 470 -- 1. Military Manpower -- 2. National Service -- 3. Labor and the War -- 4. The Army and War Production A Note on Administration -- 5. Public Relations -- XX The Army and the Navy 503 1. Stimson and the Admirals -- 2. Lessons of Antisubmarine War -- 3. Unification and the Future -- XXI The Army and the Grand Alliance 524 -- 1. Stilwell and China -- 2. France Defeat, Darlan, De Gaulle, and Deliverance -- 3. FDR and Military Government -- 4. A Word from Hindsight -- XXII The Beginnings of Peace 565 -- 1. A Shift in Emphasis -- 2. The Morgenthau Plan -- 3. The Crime of Aggressive War -- 4. Planning for Reconstruction -- 5. A Strong America -- 6. Bases and Big Powers -- 7. The Emergent Russian Problem -- XXIII The Atomic Bomb and the Surrender of Japan 612 -- 1. Making a Bomb -- 2. The Achievement of Surrender -- XXIV The Bomb and Peace with Russia 634 -- XXV The Last Month 656 -- 1. Judgment of the Army -- 2. The Chief of Staff -- 3. The Commander in Chief -- 4. The End-- Brief Chronology of World War II
Control code
456860
Dimensions
  • port.
  • 24 cm
Edition
1st ed..
Extent
xxii, 698 pages
Lccn
48006427
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)448153
Label
On active service in peace and war, by Henry L. Stimson and McGeorge Bundy
Publication
Note
"About one fifth of the material in this book was published serially [in the Ladies Home Journal] under the title of Time Of Peril."
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • PART I. ON MANY FRONTS -- I. Attorney for the Government 3 -- II With Roosevelt and Taft 18 -- 1. Running for Governor -- 2. Secretary of War -- 3. The Split of 1912 -- III Responsible Government 56 -- 1. Framing a Program -- 2. In Convention Assembled -- 3. Success, Failure, and Victory -- 4. Credo of a Progressive Conservative -- IV The World Changes 82 -- 1. War Comes to America -- 2. Colonel Stimson -- V As Private Citizen 101 -- 1. The League of Nations Fight -- 2. At the Bar -- 3. The Peace of Tipitapa VI Governor General of the Philippines 117 -- 1. The Background -- 2. A Happy Year -- 3. Later Disappointments and Some Hopes
  • PART II WITH SPEARS OF STRAW-- VII Constructive Beginnings 155 -- 1. Washington in 1929 -- 2. London in 1930 3, Latin America in 1931 -- VIII The Beginnings of Disaster 190 -- 1. Before the Storm 2, Economic Crisis in Europe -- 3. More about These Damn Debts IX The Far Eastern Crisis 220 -- 1. A Japanese Decision -- 2. From Conciliation to Non recognition -- 3. Shanghai -- 4. The Borah Letter -- 5. Conclusion and Retrospect -- X The Tragedy of Timidity -- 1. Disarmament A Surface Issue -- 2. The Failure of Statesmanship -- XI Out Again 282 -- 1. The Campaign of 1932 -- 2. Middleman after Election -- XII Toward General War 297 -- 1. Citizen and Observer -- 2. 1933-1940, Cast as Cassandra
  • PART III. TIME OF PERIL -- XIII Call to Arms 323 -- 1. Back to Washington -- 2. The Newcomer -- 3. The Best Staff He Ever Had -- XIV The First Year 345 -- 1. Men for the New Army -- 2. Supplies -- 3. To Britain Alone -- XV Valley of Doubt 364 -- 1. A Difference with the President 2, The Price of Indecision -- XVI The War Begins 382 -- 1. Pearl Harbor -- 2. Mission of Delay -- 3. War Secretary -- XVII The Army and Grand Strategy 41 -- 1. Pearl Harbor to North Africa -- 2. The Great decision -- XVIII The Wartime Army 449 -- 1. Reorganization 2, Dipping Down -- 3. The Place of Specialists -- 4. Student Soldiers -- 5. The Army and the Negro -- 6. Science and New Weapons -- XIX The Effort for Total Mobilization 470 -- 1. Military Manpower -- 2. National Service -- 3. Labor and the War -- 4. The Army and War Production A Note on Administration -- 5. Public Relations -- XX The Army and the Navy 503 1. Stimson and the Admirals -- 2. Lessons of Antisubmarine War -- 3. Unification and the Future -- XXI The Army and the Grand Alliance 524 -- 1. Stilwell and China -- 2. France Defeat, Darlan, De Gaulle, and Deliverance -- 3. FDR and Military Government -- 4. A Word from Hindsight -- XXII The Beginnings of Peace 565 -- 1. A Shift in Emphasis -- 2. The Morgenthau Plan -- 3. The Crime of Aggressive War -- 4. Planning for Reconstruction -- 5. A Strong America -- 6. Bases and Big Powers -- 7. The Emergent Russian Problem -- XXIII The Atomic Bomb and the Surrender of Japan 612 -- 1. Making a Bomb -- 2. The Achievement of Surrender -- XXIV The Bomb and Peace with Russia 634 -- XXV The Last Month 656 -- 1. Judgment of the Army -- 2. The Chief of Staff -- 3. The Commander in Chief -- 4. The End-- Brief Chronology of World War II
Control code
456860
Dimensions
  • port.
  • 24 cm
Edition
1st ed..
Extent
xxii, 698 pages
Lccn
48006427
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)448153

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