Canada at War: EXTERNAL AFFAIRS: Over the Teacups

The details of what Mackenzie King and Franklin Roosevelt discussed at the White House last week were not known at week's end. Canada's Prime Minister said only that the President filled him in on what happened at Yalta, gave him a preview of what would happen at San Francisco. But he went alone to the White House for tea Friday, stayed overnight and through most of Saturday. It was unlikely that Prime Minister King had merely listened.

Question of Influence. Canada has long insisted that the original provisions of the Dumbarton Oaks formula, which will be activated at San Francisco,...

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