Anglo-American Relations in the 1920's

The Struggle for Supremacy

The diplomatic, economic and naval gains made by the United States at British expense during the Great War were not necessarily permanent--while the Americans sought to build on these gains in the 1920s, the British resisted, leading to a struggle for supremacy. This collection focusses on a crucial period in the histories of both British and American foreign policy, examining the diplomatic, economic, financial, naval and strategic elements of the trans-Atlantic relationship.

6 The Image of Britain in the United States, 1919-1929: A Contentious Relative
and Rival Benjamin D. Rhodes It should not have been too surprising that
Britain's image in America during the twenties underwent some decline from the
exalted ...