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Appeasement at Munich, honors thesis, 15 March 1940

Appeasement at Munich, honors thesis, 15 March 1940
15 March 1940
172 digital pages
This folder contains a copy of President Kennedy’s honors thesis titled, “Appeasement at Munich,” later published as, "Why England Slept."
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Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
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Papers of John F. Kennedy. Personal Papers. Harvard. Harvard Records. Appeasement at Munich, honors thesis, 15 March 1940
The series "Harvard Records" contains copies of archival material relating to the academic career of John F. Kennedy from the files of Harvard University that were donated to the Kennedy Library by the University in 1966. Included are pre‑enrollment materials, academic records, records and photographs of activities, one copy of John F. Kennedy's honors thesis, Harvard Library correspondence from 1964 with Kennedy's former professors, and newspaper clippings, 1960‑1964, which relate to Kennedy's student days. A document list is included at the front of each archives box.
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