Roosevelt, Stalin and the Creation of the Grand Alliance

When Hitler invaded the USSR in June 1941, the changing strategic picture presented Britain and America with opportunities and hazards. A deal with Stalin was in the minds of both Roosevelt and Churchill, but the American public was far more reticent and divided on the issue.

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