1. Pre-Conference Papers


[2] President Roosevelt to Prime Minister Churchill

740.0011 Pacific War/854E: Telegram


[6] Prime Minister Churchill to President Roosevelt

740.0011 European War 1939/17329½: Telegram


[7] President Roosevelt to Prime Minister Churchill

Roosevelt Papers: Telegram


[8] Prime Minister Churchill to President Roosevelt

740.0011 European War/17332½: Telegram


[9] Prime Minister Churchill to President Roosevelt

740.0011 EW 1939/17466½: Telegram


[12] The Coordinator of Information (Donovan) to the President

Roosevelt Papers


[13] Draft Joint Declaration

Hull Papers


[16] Mr. Savage to the Secretary of State

Hull Papers


[17] The Presidents Special Assistant (Hopkins) to the President

Hopkins Papers


[19] The Secretary of State to the Minister in Portugal (Fish)

740.0011 E.W. 1939/17766a: Telegram


[20] The President to the Secretary of State

Roosevelt Papers


[21] The Secretary of State to the President

Roosevelt Papers


[22] The British Ambassador (Halifax) to President Roosevelt

Roosevelt Papers


[23] Memorandum by Prime Minister Churchill

Roosevelt Papers


[24] Prime Minister Churchill to President Roosevelt

Hopkins Papers: Telegram


[26] The Minister in Portugal (Fish) to the Secretary of State

740.0011 E.W. 1939/17688: Telegram


[27] The Under Secretary of State (Welles) to the President

740.0011 E. W. 1939/17668


[28] Draft Joint Declaration

740.0011 (European War 1939)/12–1941


[29] Draft Agreement

740.0011 European War 1939/12–1941


[30] The Chargé in Switzerland (Huddle) to the Secretary of State

851.00/2580: Telegram

  1. The four parts of this memorandum are dated respectively December 16, 17, 18, and 20. Part IV is a revision of Part II and is printed in Churchill, The Grand Alliance (pp. 652–655), as Part II. Churchill (ibid., pp. 645–646) explains the genesis of the memorandum and indicates (ibid., p. 664) that he gave a copy of it to Roosevelt on December 23.
  2. The message was transmitted by the British Embassy to the White House with the notation: “Following message has been received from H.M.S. Duke of York, 18. 21. 41.” Copies were promptly sent to members of the Joint Board for their consideration; see post, p. 50.
  3. This draft was prepared in the Department of State and taken to the White House by Berle at 6 p.m. on December 19. For text of a draft taken to the White House by Hull earlier the same afternoon, and for related memoranda, see Foreign Relations, 1942, vol. i, pp. 112.
  4. This draft was prepared in the Department of State and taken to the White House by Berle at 6 p.m. on December 19. For the text of a draft taken to the White House by Hull earner the same afternoon, and for related memoranda, see Foreign Relations, 1942, vol. i, pp. 16.