Four Men Reshape the World

December 1943
New Republic;12/13/43, Vol. 109 Issue 24, p835
Presents information on the United Nations meeting which involved Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the U.S., Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of Great Britain, Joseph Stalin, Soviet Premier and Chiang Kai-Shek, head of nationalist government on Taiwan. Importance of meetings held in Moscow, Cairo and Teheran to establish peace; Initiative of President Roosevelt to make a success out of the meetings held; Problems of political and psychological warfare to undercut stronghold of Adolf Hitler, Nazi dictator of Germany, in Germany; Criticism of small nations being not a part of the meetings held; Layout of plan to bring about international peace.


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