By Their Words ...

From Winston Churchill's speech last week and Franklin Roosevelt's speech a few days earlier (TIME, Sept. 14) the world received a little insight into Allied military thinking, a glimpse of the official point of view on Allied strength in 1942-43:

The Second Front in Europe is still a future front. Winston Churchill remarked only that he had convinced the Russians of "our loyal and sincere resolve." A pillar of Allied strategy is still the conviction that "the Russians will hold out" (Mr. Roosevelt's fateful words) until the U.S. and Britain can move...

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