Meeting of the American presidents and British, Roosevelt and Churchill during the Second World War, from 14 to 24 January 1943, which was drawn up by the Allies, the application of unconditional surrender of Germany, Italy and Japan
This claim proved to be counterproductive, since it only served to harden the determination of the Axis forces, which may have prolonged the war. We also discussed matters of overall strategy, including agreements to give priority to the Battle of the Atlantic continue to provide assistance to the USSR, jointly prepare the invasion of France (which would lead to D-Day invasion), initiate plans for the invasion of Sicily and increasing attacks on the Japanese to regain the Aleutian Islands and Marshall, while the British should concentrate efforts in the reconquest of Burma.
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