Wartime conferences between President Roosevelt and other Heads of Government during 1943
[Because of the decision to publish a special series of Foreign Relations volumes on top-level World War II conferences, documentation on such conferences has been omitted for the most part in the regular annual Foreign Relations volumes. During 1943 such conferences were held between President Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Churchill, with their advisers, at Casablanca (January 14–24), Washington (May 12–25), and Quebec (August 17–24). Documentation on these conferences is scheduled for publication in subsequent volumes of Foreign Relations in the series on wartime conferences.
Conferences were held by President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill, with their advisers, at Cairo with President Chiang Kai-shek of China and his top military leaders (November 22–26), and at Tehran with Marshal Stalin and other Soviet officials (November 28–December 1). The American and British conferees met again at Cairo (December 2–7) and were joined for consultation December 4–7 by President Inönü of Turkey and other Turkish officials. Documentation on these conferences is published in Foreign Relations, The Conferences at Cairo and Tehran, 1943.]