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These files-some 250,000 pages-chronicle the activities of dozens of special committees established by the U.S. government to formulate postwar foreign policy. Together, these documents detail the foundations on which much of modem U.S. foreign policy was built. This extensive collection includes research reports, official policy papers, revealing memoranda, meeting minutes, State Department organization charts, and many other internal documents. These fascinating records-most originally classified secret or confidential-cover a wide range of topics: * The defeat, occupation, and reconstruction of Germany and Japan * The formation of the UN and other international organizations * The Jewish situation in Europe and Palestine * Soviet influence in Eastern Europe, Latin America, and other strategic areas * The geopolitical character of the new European states.
Canada is partying with “unanimity” and “heartiness” like it’s 1867.