Churchill's Plea for Aid

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Winston Churchill desperately presses Franklin D. Roosevelt for assistance and aid as England struggles against Nazi Germany in Europe. He asks Roosevelt to borrow navy ships, and Roosevelt is unable to provide support due to the United States' policy of neutrality.


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