Casablanca and Unconditional Surrender

  • John Wheeler-Bennett
  • Anthony Nicholls


Lord ismay described 1943 as ‘Conference Year’.1 It was a year in which the two Western Allies achieved a degree of military and political co-operation quite unprecedented in the history of war. It also saw the first meeting between the leaders of the three Great Powers engaged in the struggle against Hitler.


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  • John Wheeler-Bennett
  • Anthony Nicholls

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