6 edition of The war diary of Breckinridge Long found in the catalog.
The war diary of Breckinridge Long
|Statement||Selected and edited by Fred L. Israel.|
|Contributions||Israel, Fred L.|
|LC Classifications||E806 .L645 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 410 p.|
|Number of Pages||410|
|LC Control Number||65019693|
Breckinridge Long was the US State Department Assistant Secretary during World War II. He reported to Secretary of State Cordell Hull, who allowed him to create his own guidelines in deciding whom to allow to emigrate to America, according to Neil Rolde. This quote is from a news article, about Rolde’s book, in the Seacoastonline newspaper. In his new book (he has written 11 others), Mr. Rolde, an American-born Jew, angrily questions the actions of Breckinridge Long, the State Department official responsible for refugees during the Roosevelt administration in World War II. Mr. Rolde is especially concerned with Mr. Long’s unwillingness to admit Jewish refugees.
Charles L. C. Minor Cash Book and Edward P. Harmon Civil War Diary, Cash book maintained by Confederate Captain Charles L. C. Minor from to Also contained within the cash book's pages are diary entries of Union Army Private Edward P. Harmon (5th Maine Infantry) during May and June, Talk:Breckinridge Long Jump to Saul Friedlaender, writes as follows about Long: "His attitude, openly expressed in his diary, derived from an unmistakable hostility to Jews. Long's anti-Semitism was neither shrill nor rabid; yet there is little doubt that the assistant secretary of state spared no effort to limit Jewish immigration to the.
The United States in World War II: a documentary reader. 4 Breckinridge Long, Diary Excerpts, , 5 Myron C. Taylor, Memorandum of Conversation, Letter to Cardinal Maglione, 6 The New York Times, 11 Allies Condemn Nazi War on Jews, 7 Henry Morgenthau, Jr. to Franklin D. Roosevelt, Excerpt from. In University of Nebraska Press published a selection of his diary entries from - The War Diary of Breckinridge Long. Long’s papers are archived at the Library of Congress, and a further unpublished selection of his diary entries, from much earlier, about the Paris Peace Conference, have been made available online thanks to.
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The war diary of Breckinridge Long: selections from the years / selected and edited by Fred L. Israel. Publication | Library Call Number: DL66 Format Book. Author/Creator Long, Breckinridge, Published Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, c Locale United States. Language German.
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Long came from a long line of senators and Confederate officers and one of his relatives, John Campbell Breckinridge, was even the vice president of the United States.
"That was part of. Photo of the Cover of The War Diary of Breckinridge Long. This morning, when I checked I just finished FDR’s son-in-law Curtis B. Dahl’s book MY EXPLOITED FATHER-IN-LAW in which he describes Jewish refugees arriving in New York after the war with suitcases stuffed with Allied Occupation currency notes probably provided to the DPs via.
Kate was a hardworking woman despite the fact that the family owned slaves. When the chips were down, she did whatever she had to do to help herself and her family survive.
The length of this diary is manageable while Sarah Morgan was frighteningly long (but still quite good). This is a great book to have if you love Civil War s: The National Archives has today made thousands of digitised First World War unit war diaries from France and Flanders available online.
They have digitised around million pages of war. Breckinridge Long (1, words) case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article All". HuffPost Highline.
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Most of the sources listed are encyclopedic in nature but might be limited to a specific field, such as musicians. Breckinridge Long was born on in St.
Louis, Missouri, United States, the son of William Strudwick Long and Margaret Miller Breckinridge. Education He studied with private tutors and attended a local public high school. In the fall offollowing a Breckinridge family tradition, he entered Princeton University, graduating in Historic Document Library.
We have compiled a comprehensive library of historic documents which you can search by keyword or phrase. Our genealogy research team has digitised many hundreds of original wartime newspapers, magazines, journals, periodicals, leaflets and more. Diary,of White, beginning with accounts of camp life near City Point, Va., and dwelling on the winter, the flies, drawing of supplies, a trip to Winchester, Ky., and ending with an account of a trip home.
The other volume, part being reminiscences and the remainder a diary, gives a long account of why he, a clerk in New York City, enlisted.
The war diary of Breckinridge Long; selections from the years Responsibility Selected and edited by Fred L. Israel. Imprint Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press  Physical description xxv, p.
facsim., ports. 24 cm. Available online At the library. Hoover Library. Lucy Breckinridge's diary makes for tedious reading, which isn't really surprising, as she never intended it for public viewing.
Written as a teenage girl's confidante and escape during long idle days of visits and cloistered time with her friends and family as she waited for the Civil War to end, the diary is a curious and revealing source, but it is also replete with repetitious and vapid /5(2).
Breckinridge Long (–). Long was an Assistant Secretary in the US State Department during World War II, from Between andBreckinridge Long implemented new State Department policies which prioritized US national security over humanitarian concerns.
Photograph taken in Washington, DC, United States, August FDR appointed his friend Breckinridge Long to the job. Long had no intention of relaxing the strict immigration laws.
On October 3,Long wrote in his diary “I left him [FDR] with the satisfactory thought that he was wholeheartedly in support of the policy which would resolve in favor of the United States any doubts about the. Below is an extract from the war diary of the 3rd County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters) for the 27 September The Regiment had just arrived in Foggia and sent four scout cars off to San Severo on a reconnaissance.
The war diary provides an exact map reference, many do, as well as the names of the men who became casualties and those who. Navy ships keep running records of their activities on board, and many of these logs are sent to the Naval History and Heritage Command (NHHC) to be archived as permanent records.
Eventually, NHHC transfers the deck logs to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Find out more about these records and how to access them below. The story behind it is great: Bachmann ends the war by meeting a young Jewish man, an Austrian with the British army.
They kind of sort of fall in love due to their literariness. It's begging to be turned into a film. It was not, however, begging to be turned into a book. Bachmann's 'war diary /5(10).Roosevelt cares more about winning the war than he does about the dying Jews. I am overcome with anger.
12/20/43 Everyone here is talking about Breckinridge Long’s testimony to Congress on America’s immigration policy.
Members of Congress are saying he lied to the committee about how many Jews had been allowed to enter America.