National Geographic : 1995 May
PAINTINGBYARTHURSHILSTONE;NATIONALARCHIVES Ripping a map from a July 1941 GEOGRAPHIC (facing page), FDR defined a plan to pro tect Atlantic convoys: Britain and the United States would divide the ocean's defense. Prior to the Cairo summit in November 1943, FDR sketched on a Society map an occu pied Europe divided among the Allies (left). Winston Churchill had his own ideas. In Quebec the following year (above) the lead ers debated Europe's future using the July 1944 map supplement, "Germany and Its Approaches."