William Harlan Hale

William Harlan Hale is managing editor of HORIZON . His last contribution to AMERICAN HERITAGE was “When the Red Storm Broke,” in the February, 1961, issue.
For further reading: Churchill-Roosevelt-Stalin , by Herbert Feis (Princeton University Press, 1957); Admiral Ambassador to Russia , by William H. Standley (Henry Regnery, 1955); The Strange Alliance , by John R. Deane (Viking, 1946); Speaking Frankly , by James F. Byrnes (Harper, 1947).

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To a Russia in revolution, America sent rival groups of amateur diplomats. The calamitous results of their indecision still afflict us Read >>
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