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Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt last week assured themselves of a rather fabulous place in history. Having conferred in Washington, they revealed their thoughts to their peoples, and all was optimism, the glowing promise of a second front, the growing power of the United Nations. But the musical accompaniment of their duet was a bombardment of bad news, some of the worst news since the fall of France. In historical retrospect their third war meeting was now destined to make them out either a pair of zanies who did not know what...

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