Casablanca Conference

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January 18, 2022

The Casablanca Conference (Casablanca Conference) is one of the Allied summits held during World War II. It was held in Casablanca, Morocco from January 14th to 23rd, 1943.

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It was done by US President Franklin Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. The contents include confirming that they will take a landing operation on Sicily and Southern Italy after the success of the African operation, and confirming the policy of demanding unconditional surrender from the Axis powers. The French administration, which was established independently of the Vichy administration in North Africa during this period, had a conflict between the leaders of Charles de Gaulle and Henri Giraud. Welt and Churchill argued with these French leaders, but did not find a sufficient solution.

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"Casablanca Conference 1943" (Declaration of Casablanca, February 12, 1943), Yale Law School. "Foreign relations of the United States. The Conferences at Washington, 1941-1942, and Casablanca, 1943", University of Wisconsin-Madison Library. "Casablanca Conference" --Kotobank

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