Casablanca Conference

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(14–24 January 1943)

A meeting in Morocco between Churchill and F. D. Roosevelt to determine Allied strategy for the continuation of World War II. Plans were made to increase bombing of Germany, invade Sicily, and transfer British forces to the Far East after the collapse of Germany.

Subjects: History — Warfare and Defence.

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