U.S. Engagement in Italy During World War II
Andrew Buchanan talked about his book American Grand Strategy in the Mediterranean during World War II, in which he argues that policy makers in the United States were eager to join the fight in the region in order to establish post-war influence. In his book, Mr. Buchanan examines the political, economic, and military strategies of the Roosevelt and Truman administrations in Italy and efforts after the war to maintain stability in the region. close
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