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The Atlantic Charter was a statement issued by the governments of the United States and Great Britain that specified the Allies' goals for the post-war world. Published on Aug. 14, 1941, the document was formally accepte... More »

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The Atlantic Charter, which was signed in 1941 by President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill, contained eight pledges that covered the two countries' war aims and plans for the postwar world. These eight pledges se... More »

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The Atlantic Charter resulted from a meeting between U.S. president Franklin Roosevelt, and the British prime minister Winston Churchill. The charter served as a public representation of the solidarity between their two ... More »

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The Atlantic Charter, which was signed in 1941 by President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill, contained eight pledges that covered the two countries' war aims and plans for the postwar world. These eight pledges se... More »

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The Battle of the Atlantic was ultimately won by the Allies in World War II, mostly because of the overall German surrender. More properly termed a campaign, this "battle" lasted from 1939 until the end of the war in 194... More »

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A vision statement is used to communicate a company's goals and aspirations in a single, concise sentence or paragraph, such as Oxfam's "A World Without Poverty" or Google's "To provide access to the world’s information ... More »