U.S. At War: Full Week

Returning refreshed from Hyde Park, and no longer skittish about saying that he had been there (see PRESS), Franklin Roosevelt plunged into a full week.

First he set out resolutely to repair some of the damage done to U.S.-French relations. Greeting a group of visiting French correspondents after his press conference, he spoke a few words of Rooseveltian French to them, then told them (in Rooseveltian English) how sorry he was he had not got to France on his way home from Yalta. In glowing terms, he recalled the days of his youth, when...

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