Relations with France

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Roosevelt, Churchill, and Degaulle

Restoration of France to the position of a major power in postwar Europe was recognized as “one of the main interests of Britain,” and by implication of the United States, in the address of Prime Minister Churchill, Aug. 2, before the House of Commons. The closest association of France with the three powers allied in the European war, he indicated, would be essential to the settlement of European problems. He cited among ...

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