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WW2 Conferences and agreements

Whilst fighting went on around the globe, the three main allied wartme leaders held conferences to agree on tactics and to decide on what should happen when the war ended. This often forced Churchill and Roosevelt into heavy concessions in order to keep Stalin on side.

  • Western Front | 14th August 1941

    Atlantic Charter

    The first wartime meeting between Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt

    Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill issued a joint statement of principles, subsequently known as the ‘Atlantic Charter’. The Charter laid out in eight points the two leaders' 'hopes for a better future for the world'. Click here to read more in 'Atlantic Charter'.