Good Intentions

The decision is made. A few men in London, Washington and Moscow share the greatest war secret of 1942: the time, the place, the nature of second front action in western Europe. The people of the U.S., Great Britain and Russia—and Germany—must now await the act.

They must assume that Winston Churchill, President Roosevelt and the military men have decided to do the utmost that can be done, as soon as it can be done, at the places where it will do the most to hurt Hitler and help Russia. The people will then...

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