• Roosevelt And Churchill The Atlantic Charter

Roosevelt And Churchill The Atlantic Charter

Roosevelt And Churchill The Atlantic Charter

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  • Author
    Michael Kluger
  • Publisher
    Frontline Books
  • Publication date
    18 May 2021

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    Roosevelt And Churchill The Atlantic Charter

  • Author

    Michael Kluger

  • Date Published

    18 May 2021

  • Publisher

    Frontline Books

  • Pages

    224 pages

  • ISBN

    9781526786319

Book Description

The dramatic secret meeting between Churchill and FDR that forged their alliance against global fascism is brought to life in this WWII history.

On August 14, 1941, Prime Minister Winston Churchill and President Franklin D. Roosevelt issued a joint declaration of goals for the world after the Second World War. The Atlantic Charter was a powerful statement against tyranny and an important display of the “Special Relationship” between the UK and the US.

Roosevelt and Churchill: The Atlantic Charter tells the story behind this momentous document and the secret meeting that led to its creation. Churchill and Roosevelt barely knew each other when they met off the coast of Newfoundland aboard the USS Augusta. After a desperate dash across the U-boat infested Atlantic, Churchill spent four days at sea with Roosevelt, establishing both a personal friendship and an international alliance that would change the world.

Exploring the lives of both men, the authors also include biographies of those who were vital to the process: Roosevelt’s Secretary of Commerce Harry Hopkins and foreign policy advisor Sumner Welles; and Churchill’s confidants Lord Beaverbrook, Lord Cadogan, and his son Randolph Churchill.

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