Compton, James V(incent)
COMPTON, James V(incent)
COMPTON, James V(incent). American, b. 1928. Genres: History, International relations/Current affairs. Career: Professor of History, San Francisco State University, since 1969. Konrad Adenauer Fellow in History, University of Munich, 1954-55; Lecturer in History and Government, University of Maryland, College Park, 1956-64; Lecturer in History, and Chairman, Program of North American Studies, University of Edinburgh, 1964-68. Publications: The Swastika and the Eagle: Hitler, the United States, and the Origins of World War II, 1967; (ed.) America and the Origins of the Cold War, 1972; (consulting ed. with Orville Bullitt) For the President: Personal and Secret Correspondence between Ambassador William C. Bullitt and President Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1973; Anticommunism in American Life since World War II, 1973; (ed.) The New Deal, 1974. Address: 170 Diamond St, San Francisco, CA 94114, U.S.A.