Welles, Churchill, and Joseph P. Kennedy in London. Welles, unimpressed with Churchill, subsequently cabled Roosevelt that he believed the British statesman had already consumed a large amount of scotch prior to their meeting. Corbis.

From Sumner Welles, postwar planning, and the quest for a new world order, 1937-1943 by Christopher D. O'Sullivan

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  • Welles, Churchill, and Joseph P. Kennedy in London. Welles, unimpressed with Churchill, subsequently cabled Roosevelt that he believed the British statesman had already consumed a large amount of scotch prior to their meeting. Corbis.