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POLITICS OF FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT TOWARDS GREAT BRITAIN SINCE ENTERING IN SECOND WORLD WAR UNTIL ATLANTIC CHARTER

Danijel Jurković orcid id orcid.org/0000-0001-8904-3389 ; Fakultet hrvatskih studija Sveučilišta u Zagrebu


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str. 39-55

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This paper is discussing the problem of United States politics and its political leadership before their entering in the Second World War apropos German to sign the Atlantic Charter. Procedures of F. Delano Roosevelt against Germany on the Atlantic ocean, wanting to provoke Germany to declare war to US, or at the same time, ultimatums and provocations against Japan, were obvious provocations to those countries to provoke their attack on USA. That time use FDR to create justification, in front of public, for direct confrontation with “Axis powers”. In many ways is questionable US policy before and during the Second World War, therefore in later history main discourse became that they were in isolationism when they were “suddenly” attacked by the Japanese Empire. In addition, the paper describes an “informal marriage” between US and United Kingdom through special deputies.

Ključne riječi

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, geopolitics, United States of America, isolationism, special deputy, “informal marriage”, unofficial entering in the war, Atlantic Charter

Hrčak ID:

237426

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/237426

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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