The Lights Are Coming On

Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt and Joseph Stalin did something for their nations and for victory that propaganda, battles and the press could never quite do. The peoples and soldiers of Great Britain, the U.S. and Russia got their first clear understanding of the war, of how their leaders proposed to win it, and of what they had recently been doing to win it. In the light of history, last week may be more memorable for this than for the brilliant occupation of North Africa, or for the assurance that the offensives now...

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