Plan of Campaign

In the White House, delegates of 44 nations penned their signatures to documents creating the United Nations Relief & Rehabilitation Administration. Then, with a staff of 200 experts, they moved to Atlantic City, elected America's Herbert H. Lehman their director-general, settled down to plan their vast campaign against the Third Horseman—starvation.

From a committee which had studied the problem for two years came a breathtaking estimate of the task: in the first six months of peace, UNRRA will have to ship, to the nine Axis-occupied European countries alone, 9,268,000 tons of food, 41,278,000 tons of coal, metals, oil, animal feeds,...

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