Planning for Peace - The Allied Conferences during World War II
During World War II, various conferences were held between the allied leaders to discuss the conduct of the war and to plan for the peace. The results of these meetings, for good or for ill, had far ranging affects on our world.
One of the first conferences was held even before America had joined the war. In July 1941, FDR and Churchill met for the first time in Argentia Bay off Newfoundland, to issue a joint declaration on the purposes of the war against fascism. The Atlantic Charter defined the Second World War in the same manner as Wilson's Fourteen Points had delineated the first w…
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