U.S. At War: The Trip

With Franklin Roosevelt's return to Washington, many personal details of his epochmaking, 25,000-mile trip came out. Some of them:

> The President left Washington immediately after his appearance at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on Armistice Day. His method of travel to and from Africa is a military secret. For the rest of the trip he used a Douglas C-54, flying in it to Cairo and Teheran and back from Teheran to Cairo, Carthage, Malta, Sicily and finally to Dakar. His mode of travel from Dakar home was not disclosed.

>In the C-54, the...

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