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Defiant Diplomacy: Henrik Kauffmann, Denmark, and the United States in World War II and Cold War, 1939-1958 (Studies in Modern European History, Vol. 54)
by Bo Lidegaard
Binding: Hardcover, 392 pages
Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing
Weight: 1.4 pound
Dimension: H: 1.1 x L: 9.1 x W: 5.8 inches
ISBN 10: 0820468193
ISBN 13: 9780820468198
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Defiant Diplomacy analyzes the relationship between the United States and Denmark as allies in World War II and the Cold War. Cast as a biography of Henrik Kauffmann (1888 1963), a Danish diplomat serving in Washington (1939 1958), the book reveals how the Roosevelt Administration s policy toward occupied Denmark was forced to address questions of paramount importance, particularly to Great Britain and Canada, regarding the general attitude of the neutral United States toward the war in Europe. The dramatic climax was President Roosevelt s secret decision in early 1941 to establish military bases in Greenland, the Danish colony that became a crucial steppingstone between the United States and Europe during World War II and a strategic focal point in the nuclear strategies of the Cold War.
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