The Sextant, Eureka, and Second Cairo Conferences: November–December 1943
By Joint History Office (U.S.)
- Category: Military, Books, History, Politics & Current Events, Professional & Technical, Engineering
- Type: ebook
- Release Date: 2017-09-15
- File Size: 39.90MB
- Developer: Joint History Office (U.S.)
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The Sextant, Eureka, and Second Cairo Conferences: November–December 1943 Details
The Sextant Conference (also known as the Cairo Conference) was held in Cairo, Egypt, from November 22 to 26, 1943. The three main participants were President Franklin D. Roosevelt, British prime minister Winston S. Churchill, and Chinese leader Chiang Kai-shek. The primary topic under consideration for the Allies was planning for the defeat of Japan.
The Eureka Conference (also called the Tehran Conference) met from November 28 to December 1, 1943, in Tehran, Iran. This conference marked the first time that the Big Three—Roosevelt, Churchill, and Soviet premier Joseph Stalin—had assembled. The main focus of their discussions was the Allied invasion of northern France (Operation Overlord) to open a second front in Europe in the late spring or early summer of 1944.
The Second Cairo Conference, also held in Egypt, lasted from December 2 to 7. In addition the CCS, Churchill and Roosevelt were joined by Turkish president Ismet Inönü for several of the sessions. Operation Overlord again dominated the discussions. For the Pacific campaign, operations in Southeast Asia were a key topic at this conference.
The Sextant, Eureka, and Second Cairo Conferences were three in a series of high-level conferences held by the US and British leaders in Washington, DC; Casablanca; Quebec; Cairo; Tehran; Malta; Yalta; and Potsdam to formulate the Allied grand strategy. At the Tehran, Yalta, and Potsdam conferences, the Soviet leader Stalin was also in attendance and played an important role.
ISBN: 9780160938856 (Mobi) and ISBN: 9780160939266 (PDF) are also available formats for this product.
The other remaining products within the World War II Inter-Allied Conferences series includes the following:
Arcadia Conference (Washington, DC), December 24, 1941–January 14, 1942: ISBN 9780160938870 (Mobi); ISBN 9780160938863 (ePub); ISBN 9780160938887 (PDF)
Post-Arcadia Conference (Washington, DC), January 23–May 19, 1942: ISBN 9780160938900 (Mobi);
ISBN 9780160938894 (ePub); ISBN 9780160938917 (PDF)
Casablanca Conference (Morocco), January 14–24, 1943: ISBN 9780160938931 (Mobi); ISBN 9780160938924 (ePub); ISBN 9780160938948 (PDF)
Trident Conference (Washington, DC), May 12–25, 1943: ISBN 9780160938795 (Mobi); ISBN 9780160938788 (ePub); ISBN 9780160938801 (PDF)
Quadrant Conference (Quebec City, Canada), August 14–24, 1943: ISBN 9780160938825 (Mobi);
ISBN 9780160938818 (ePub); ISBN 9780160938832 (PDF)
Octagon Conference (Quebec City, Canada), September 12–16, 1944: ISBN 9780160939259 (Mobi);
ISBN 9780160939273 (ePub); ISBN 9780160939280 (PDF)
Argonaut Conference (Malta and Yalta, Soviet Union), January 30–February 11, 1945: ISBN 978-0-16-093930-3 (Mobi); ISBN 978-0-16-093929-7 (ePub); ISBN 978-0-16-093924-2 (PDF)
Terminal Conference (Potsdam, Germany), July 17–August 2, 1945: ISBN 978-0-16-093923-5 (Mobi);
ISBN 978-0-16-093931-0 (ePub); ISBN 978-0-16-093932-7 (PDF)
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