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Hutchinson & Co Publishers, London - first UK edition ISBN:0091269504, 1976. hardcover, 6½" x 9½", with dust jacket. Jacket has creases and tears (repaired). VERY GOOD book in GOOD price-clipped dust jacket. Sixteen b&w photographs, with notes and index. President Roosevelt told Averell Harriman at the beginning of 1941 "Go over to London and recommend everything that we can do, short of war, to keep the British Isles afloat." From that time onwards, Harriman was more a member of Churchill's entourage than of Roosevelt's. Drawing on his voluminous records, Harriman throws new light on the major personalities of those years (Churchill, Stalin, Roosevelt, Beaverbrook etc.)