The U.S. At War: Actions

A Supreme War Council, or Allied Command, or World G.H.Q. to be set up in Washington was a rumor that ran the streets there last week. Geography made the location inevitable; the productive power of the U.S. clinched it. The President was thinking about the problem: a stream of dope stories and one White House statement made certain that plans for such a council "of joint planning for unity of action" was under way. "High personages'' from other anti-Axis nations were reported on the ocean or in the skies, Washington-bound.

The President was...

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