Roosevelt and Churchill: Their Secret Wartime Correspondence

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List of Illustrations
(Photographs follow page 400)
1. Churchill saying good-bye at the close of the Atlantic Conference
2. Churchill arriving in Washington for the First Washington Conference
3. Press conference in the White House during the First Washington Conference
4. Leaving Christ Church, Alexandria, Virginia
5. Dinner in the White House
6. With the Pacific War Council at the Second Washington Conference
7. Preparing a joint communiqué at Casablanca
8. At Roosevelt's villa in Casablanca
9. Churchill arriving for the Third Washington Conference
10. Fishing at "Shangri-La"
11. At the Citadel for the First Quebec Conference
12. With the Earl of Athlone and MacKenzie King
13. Driving at Hyde Park
14. Viewing the pyramids during the meeting at Cairo
15. With Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek
16. Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin at the Teheran Conference
17. Conferring with Turkey's President Ismet Inönü
18. Churchill arriving for the Second Quebec Conference
19. Receiving honorary degrees from McGill University
20. Roosevelt's draft of a message to Mrs. Churchill
21. Roosevelt's correction of a radio message to Churchill
22. A Churchill longhand note to Roosevelt
23. Aboard a warship at the Malta Conference
24. Conferring with King Farouk of Egypt
25. Chatting with Emperor Haile Selassie
26. Conferring with King Ibn Saud and Colonel William A. Eddy
27. Arrival ceremonies at the Yalta Conference
28. Dining with Stalin at the Livadia Palace, Yalta
29. Gathering at the conference table, Yalta
30. In front of the Livadia Palace with foreign ministers
31. A private moment at Yalta

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents xi
  • List of Illustrations xiii
  • Preface xv
  • General Introduction 1
  • Part I - September 1939 To October 1942 77
  • Introduction to Part I 79
  • Messages and Notes 89
  • Part II - November 1942 To December 1943 265
  • Introduction to Part II 267
  • Messages and Notes 278
  • Part III - January 1944 To June 1944 401
  • Introduction to Part III 403
  • Messages and Notes 410
  • Part IV - June 1944 To April 1945 505
  • Introduction to Part IV 507
  • Messages and Notes 521
  • Chronology 711
  • Maps 739
  • Bibliogaphy (of Works Cited) 749
  • Index 761
  • The Editors 807
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