The Next Meeting

Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill got set for their eighth meeting of the war. Perhaps deliberately, their meeting place was one of the war's worst kept secrets. Even Broadway columnists seemed to know it. Last week they chanted: Quebec. The New York Post ran an article called "Some Reasons Why Quebec Would Be Ideal for Coming F.D.R.-Churchill Conference."* The conservative Associated Press, which scrupulously observes censorship, mentioned Quebec.

The President and Prime Minister had much to discuss. Much had happened since Teheran (December 1943). The swift stab of Allied armor into Germany gave urgency to such decisions as what to do...

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