General Dwight D. Eisenhower arrived in London to command the
western invasion of Europe. Supreme Headquarters of the Allied
Expeditionary Force announced that he had talked in Africa with
Prime Minister Churchill (see p. 52), had crossed the Atlantic for
conferences with President Roosevelt and Chief of Staff George
C. Marshall. General Ike spent his first Sunday in London at work.
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