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Bittencourt was in Washington with Finance Minister Artur de Souza Costa to arrange economic and military assistance promised when Brazil broke with Germany. He found that little aid was then available. S. ability to increase or deliver desired war matériel speedily. " He "was not satisfied with the materiel promised" and requested a definite statement of precisely what would be provided. "5 Souza Costa dealt with the problem more objectively, but the answers to his queries were the same. S. " The realization that the United States was unable to supply Brazil immediately caused Souza Costa to articulate the paniclike fear gripping Brazilians.
S. planners made unilateral plans to secure the country. S. Army strategists quickly developed the "Pot of Gold" plan. S. S. fears. S. officials who ascribed pro-German influence to Brazil's southern defense orientation. S. intervention seemed necessary even if it angered the Brazilians. BrazilUnited States military discussions resolved little until German advances in the Low Countries and France in mid-1940 stimulated the Brazilians to intensify discussions on military aid. S. S. S. interests moved ever closer as Nazi successes in Europe multiplied.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt agreed with the State and War Departments and created the Standing Liaison Committee to coordinate and supervise implementation of the plan. S. goods and securing the hemisphere through trade and military agreements. S. S. access to natural resources and rights of transit or allowing permanently based military personnel if that could be achieved. To realize those aims, the task of the Latin American militaries was to maintain internal order. 14 Ironically, the previous year the United States declined an invitation from President Getúlio Vargas to forge closer military ties.
A brotherhood of arms: Brazil-United States military relations, 1945-1977 by Sonny B. Davis