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Jan 19, 2015 6:30pm EST
. george marshall come i can't recall i think he won in 46 rather than 45. do you deal with him and i guess your conclusion would be following from the third thing that you said no matter what we did we probably could not change the situation. certainly he was one of our best people and he made a yeoman's effort to try and be failed. >> and away his failure to me marshall in 1945 when truman sent him to china to be the ambassador and to handle the negotiations to try to work out a coalition arrangement between the two sides in china, what followed this single prestigious savior in the world at that moment maybe along with churchill as you know was voted out of office in march of 45 and roosevelt was dead so he was out of the picture. the office at the victory in both europe and japan and asia and he had a kind of a personality that lent itself to tremendous authority and trustworthiness and he made heroic efforts to bridge the gap between the two sides. he thought that he would win and i do do with marshall and there are two chapters towards the end. another concession came from my pu
CSPAN
Jan 31, 2015 11:00am EST
. george marshall. i can't recall, he went in 46 i think rather than 45. december of 45. and the third thing he said, no matter what he did we couldn't have changed the situation. was one of our best people that he said, the roman efforts to try to bring this together. >> his failure to me, marshall in 1945 and tis thman sent him to china to be the ambassador and to handle the negotiations to work out a coalition arrangement between two sides in shy. and the most prestigious figure in the worlers chu forhill -- voted out of office. and february or march of 45, and there was a victory in a europe and asia and had a kind of personality that meant itself to tremendous authority and trustworthiness and made heroic efforts to bridge the gap between the two sides and they thought he would win. i do deal with marshall and two chapters towards the end. another concession. the idea came from my publisher. concession number 2, the book starts in august of 1944 and enward in april -- >> you are forgiven. >> if somebody can come out with a title, that would be bemater than "china 1945: mao's
CSPAN
Feb 16, 2015 7:00am EST
is this. >> second question. i take your point. i think it's a good one. george marshall. i can't recall, he went and 46 i think rather than 45 december 45. do you deal with him? i get your conclusion would be following from the third thing you said that no matter what what we did would probably do not change the situation. certainly he was one of our best people that we sent and he made yeoman efforts to try to bring them together and he failed. >> and in a way is there to me i mean marshall in 1945 when truman sent him to china to be the ambassador and to handle the negotiations to try to work out a coalition arrangement between the two sides in china was probably the single most prestigious figure in the world at that moment maybe along with churchill was still alive although churchill as you have been voted out of office i think and figure or march of 45, and roosevelt was dead. said he was out of the picture. there was nobody, the architect of victory in both europe and asia. and hit kind of a personality that lent itself to tremendous authority and trustworthiness and he mad
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