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By CHRISTOPHER C. HARMON
Hopkins to Churchill, 1942: “‘Where thou lodgest, I will lodge: thy people shall be my people, and thy God my God’…Even to the end.”
Tags: Alan Brooke, Alfred Wedemeyer, Archibald MacLeish, Brendan Bracken, Christopher C. Harmon, Cordell Hull, Edwin “Pa” Watson, Eleanor Roosevelt, Ernest King, Franklin Roosevelt, George Marshall, Harry Hopkins, Henry Stimson, James Byrnes, John Winant, Joseph Kennedy, New Deal, Pamela Harriman, Robert Sherwood, Wedemeyer, William Leahy, Winston S. Churchill, Yalta Conference,
By JOHN H. MAURER
Historical close calls, during the Spanish flu epidemic of 1918-21, remind us of the role of illness and chance in the fate of nations and their leaders.
Tags: Cary Grayson, David Lloyd George, Eleanor Roosevelt, Frances Stevenson, Franklin Roosevelt, Georges Clemenceau, John H. Maurer, Lucy Mercer, Margaret Lloyd George, Spanish flu pandemic, Thucydides, Versailles Treaty, Vittorio Orlando, Winston S. Churchill, woodrow wilson,