The Week

November 1943
New Republic;11/15/43, Vol. 109 Issue 20, p667
The article presents world news briefs as of November 15, 1943. The Moscow Conference has been heralded as a success in its agreement of post-war international cooperation. The U.S. Senate has approved the Connally resolution, which recommends the U.S. become involved with international organization and peacekeeping. The war has caused a famine in India.


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