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Charles R. Hook Interview Details April 20, 1959
Summary of Topics Covered:
Hook reflects throughout the interview on his membership on the Business Advisory Council for the Department of Defense before America’s involvement in WWII, during the war, and after the war, and his views on labor relations. Agrees with Marshall on America’s preparation for war was urgent. Reflects on Churchill, John Dill, the plight of post-war Europe and Russia. Recalls intimate dinner at 10 Downing Street.
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