Name Professor Course title Date Explain the origins and results of the "Germany First" strategy. Was this strategy a suitable response to the situation facing the Allies in 1942? World War II was full of judgement preponderance between the states liable for the strategy of America that European theatre should be a location for war between the US and Europe’s-Asia’s axis power and that Germany must be defeated first. After Germany had declared war on the United States in 1941 the United States made an effort in the European and Atlantic areas Germany’s major enemies. This decision was initially made before the Pearl Harbor In 1942 after the first conference in Washington codenamed (ARCADIA). The meeting resulted in a twist of events in the way war would be approached. President Churchill and President Roosevelt resulted in a doctrine of fighting “Germany first.” Japan was also certain that if Germany Rhetoric and reality in air warfare: the evolution of British and American ideas about strategic bombing 1914-1945. Princeton University Press 2009. Duke J. Darren Rex L. Phillips and Christopher J. Conover. "Challenges in Coalition Unconventional Warfare." Joint Forces Quarterly 75: 129-134. Greenfield Nathan. The Forgotten. HarperCollins 2014. LEHACI Niculai-Tudorel. "THE DECISION-MAKING PROCESS--FROM FIRST GENERATION WARFARE TO THE POST-COLD WAR REVOLUTION IN MILITARY AFFAIRS." Strategic Impact 54.1 (2015). BIBLIOGRAPHY Morton and Louis. Germany First: The Basic Concept of Allied Strategy in World War II. Vol 70. Center of Military History US Army. 2011. Pierce Abigail and Eden Ambrose. "CANADA AND THE SECOND WORLD WAR: A CAUSAL ANALYSIS." (2017). Redford Duncan. "Inter-and intra-service rivalries in the Battle of the Atlantic." Journal of Strategic Studies 32.6 (2009): 899-928. Winton Harold R. "World War II in the Atlantic North Africa the Mediterranean and Europe." A companion to American military history 2 (2010): 173-193. [...]
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