Second World War, 1941–1945
Between 1941 and 1945, the United States dealt with neutrality in the actual conduct of war and in the preparation of peace. As is well known, America handled the two questions separately: the conduct of hostilities was not related to concrete plans for peace and, conversely, the Charter of the United Nations was not drafted against the background of military realities.1 A similar division prevailed with respect to neutrality. The United States adopted one conception of neutrality in the conduct of war and quite another in the writing of the UN Charter. It is useful, therefore, to deal with the question in two separate chapters.
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