Arcadia Conference

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The First Washington Conference, also known as the Arcadia Conference (ARCADIA was the code name used for the conference), was held in Washington, D.C., from December 22, 1941, to January 14, 1942.wikipedia
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Combined Chiefs of Staff

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The main policy achievements of Arcadia included the decision for "Germany First" (or "Europe first"—that is, the defeat of Germany was the highest priority); the establishment of the Combined Chiefs of Staff.
It emerged from the meetings of the Arcadia Conference in Washington, from December 22, 1941 to January 14, 1942.

American-British-Dutch-Australian Command

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Arcadia created a unified American-British-Dutch-Australian Command (ABDA) in the Far East; the ABDA fared poorly.
It was finalized at the Arcadia Conference in Washington.

Europe first

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The main policy achievements of Arcadia included the decision for "Germany First" (or "Europe first"—that is, the defeat of Germany was the highest priority); the establishment of the Combined Chiefs of Staff.
At the December 1941 Arcadia Conference between President Franklin Roosevelt and Prime Minister Winston Churchill in Washington, shortly after the United States entered the War, the decision for the "Europe First" strategy was affirmed.

Franklin D. Roosevelt

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Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt and their aides had very candid conversations that led to a series of major decisions that shaped the war effort in 1942–1943.
In late December 1941 Churchill and Roosevelt met at the Arcadia Conference, which established a joint strategy between the U.S. and Britain.

John L. McCrea

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He was naval secretary at the Arcadia Conference, and made a personal visit to deliver revised war plans to senior naval commanders in the Pacific.

Washington Conference (1943)

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It was the third conference of the 20th century (1941, 1942, 1943), but the second conference that took place during the US involvement in the Second World War.

Winston Churchill

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Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt and their aides had very candid conversations that led to a series of major decisions that shaped the war effort in 1942–1943.

Atlantic Charter

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The Arcadia Conference was a secret agreement unlike the much wider postwar plans given to the public as the Atlantic Charter, agreed between Churchill and Roosevelt in August 1941.

Declaration by United Nations

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All the decisions were secret, except the conference drafted the Declaration by United Nations, which committed the Allies to make no separate peace with the enemy, and to employ full resources until victory.

European Theater of Operations, United States Army

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It was also agreed at the conference to combine military resources under one command in the European Theater of Operations (ETO).

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First Sea Lord

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Colville Wemyss

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