12h 4min, jan 14, 1943 y - Casablanca Confrence
President Roosevelt met with Churchill in the city of Casablanca. Churchill convinced President Roosevelt to postpone the opening of the Western front until 1944, while announcing that only the unconditional surrender of the axis powers would end the war. Allies also agreed to start dropping bombs on German Cities. Was important because it changed Roosevelt's initial plan, and established the seriousness of how the war would turn out.
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