Moscow Conference (1942)

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The Second Moscow Conference between the major Allies of World War II took place from August 12, 1942 to August 17, 1942.[1]

Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of Great Britain, W. Averell Harriman Special Representative of the United States, and Soviet premiere Joseph Stalin. They discussed grand strategy, planned the North Africa Campaign and discussed the later landing and opening of a front in northern France. Stalin and Churchill came to like each other.

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  1. ^ William Hardy McNeill, America, Britain, & Russia: their co-operation and conflict, 1941-1946 (1953), pp 197-200