FOREIGN RELATIONS: To English-Speaking Peoples

For the best part of a week Winston Churchill stayed at the White House, met Washington friends, saw much of his host, Franklin Roosevelt. Then he went north to Cambridge, Mass, to accept an Honorary LL.D. degree from Harvard. At Cambridge he spoke, and the world listened.

What Winston Churchill had to urge upon the great English-speaking peoples had been in the air, almost palpably, since victory became certain and postwar chaos suddenly imminent. He asked that Britain and the United States continue their present military alliance after the end of World War II. Said he:

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