Robert Dallek Quote: “I think the most important thing…”

I think the most important thing that comes out of the meeting between Churchill and Roosevelt in early 1942 is a commitment on Roosevelt’s part to fight Europe first. To struggle first against Germany and put Japan and the Pacific as a secondary theatre in the conflict. And this is what Churchill was after.

Robert Dallek


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Name: Robert Dallek
Profession: Historian
Nationality: American
Birthday: May 16, 1934
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