Describes how Franklin D. Roosevelt quietly used his power and all the tools he had to assist Winston Churchill in fighting the Axis long before the United States' official entry into World War II. -- Publisher.
Foreign correspondents -- A new world -- "That prophecy comes true" -- Unneutral acts -- Scooping Hitler -- Blitzkrieg propaganda -- Shadowed by the G-men -- The Roosevelt brand -- Cassandra -- A rising sun -- Prairie fire -- "Aviation, geography, and race" -- Indictments -- The garden hose -- How do you do? -- Intolerance -- Good Americanism -- Living in a nightmare -- Volunteers -- The strongest fortress in the world -- Geographers -- Son of a harness maker -- The obvious conclusion -- At last we've gotten together -- The rattlesnakes of the Atlantic -- Tennō -- The undeclared war -- Son of man, son of God -- East wind, rain -- Rendezvous with destiny
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