40 Key Questions about Our Foreign Policy: Answered in Important Addresses and Statements Delivered between 1941 and 1952

40 Key Questions about Our Foreign Policy: Answered in Important Addresses and Statements Delivered between 1941 and 1952

40 Key Questions about Our Foreign Policy: Answered in Important Addresses and Statements Delivered between 1941 and 1952

40 Key Questions about Our Foreign Policy: Answered in Important Addresses and Statements Delivered between 1941 and 1952

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June 29, 1941

A speech broadcast from Chicago on June 29, 1941. At that time Hitler had invaded Russia. The British had defeated him in the Battle of Britain and had thwarted his designs to invade across the Channel. The United States was furnishing Britain with ample supplies and protecting those supplies from submarines. By the diversion of the German armies, the safety of Britain was now assured.
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