Table of contents for The inside story of how Roosevelt, Stalin and Churchill won one war and began another / Jonathan Fenby.

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CONTENTS 
Acknowledgements 										xi 
Prologue 
Dinner in Teheran, 29November 1943 							1 
1 Buffalo, Bear and Donkey								 	5 
2 The First Summit 
 Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, 9-12 August 1941			 		31 
3 Uncle Joe 
 Moscow, September 1941							 		64 
4 World War 
 Washington, Chequers, Moscow, Chungking, Rome, Berlin, 
 6-12 December 1941 										77 
5 Four Men Talking 
 Moscow, Washington, London, 9 December 1941-14 January 1942 		85 
6 Undecided 
 London, Washington, January-April 1942 						103 
7 The Commissar Calls 
 Moscow, London, Washington, May-June 1942 					117 
8 Torch Song 
 Hyde Park, Chungking, Washington, London, June-July 1942 			126 
9 Midnight in Moscow 
 Moscow, August 1942 										138 
10 As Time Goes By 
 North Africa, Moscow, Casablanca, October 1942-January 1943 			158 
11 Stormy Weather 
 Washington, Moscow, London, Hyde Park, Quebec, 
 January-August 1943 									181 
12 Russian Overture 
 Moscow, October 1943 									203 
13 Pyramid 
 Cairo, 21-26 November 1943 								213 
14 Over the Rainbow 
 Teheran, 28November-1December 1943 						226 
15 Ill Wind 
 Cairo, Tunis, Carthage, Washington, December 1943-May 1944 		 263 
16 Triumph and Tragedy 
 London, Washington, Normandy, Paris, Warsaw, 
 June-September 1944 									284 
17 The Plan 
 Washington, Quebec, 12-16 September 1944 						302 
18 Percentage Points 
 Moscow, 9-18 October 1944 								322 
19 Red Blues 
 London, Washington, Moscow, Athens, Paris, Chungking, 
 November 1944-January 1945 								336 
20 Yalta 
 Malta, the Crimea, 30 January-15February 1945 					349 
21 Death at the Springs 
 Suez Canal, Washington, London, Warm Springs, 
 13 February-12 April 1945 									385 
22 Journey's End 
 Potsdam, 17 July-2 August 1945 								401 
Source Notes 421 
Bibliography 445 
Index 453 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

World War, 1939-1945 -- Diplomatic hisjtory.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1933-1945.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- 1936-1945.
Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- 1917-1945.
Cold War.