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" For the love of Heaven don't bring me into this, though I do want to be of help. It is, strictly speaking, none of my business, except in so far as it is a part and parcel of the successful fight that you and I are making. "
India and the United States: Estranged Democracies, 1941-1991 - Page 13
by Dennis Kux - 1992 - 514 pages
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Franklin D. Roosevelt and American Foreign Policy, 1932-1945: With a New ...

Robert Dallek - History - 1995 - 688 pages
...Heaven don't bring me into this," Roosevelt said to soften resentment over his intrusion, "though I do want to be of help. It is, strictly speaking, none of my business, except insofar as it is part and parcel of the successful fight that you and I are making." 14 Churchill gave no direct reply...
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The Hinge of Fate

Winston Churchill - History - 1986 - 917 pages
...being made grudgingly or by compulsion. For the love of Heaven don't bring me into this, though I do want to be of help. It is, strictly speaking, none of my business, except in so far as it is a part and parcel of the successful fight that you and I are making. This document...
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The Specter of Neutralism: The United States and the Emergence of the Third ...

H. W. Brands - History - 1989 - 372 pages
...letter of March 1942. to Churchill summarized the president's attitude regarding the Indian situation: "It is, strictly speaking, none of my business, except...parcel of the successful fight that you and I are making."3 After Churchill demonstrated that he would handle unrest in India 16 his own way — by jailing...
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Debating Franklin D. Roosevelt's Foreign Policies, 1933-1945

Justus D. Doenecke, Mark A. Stoler - History - 2005 - 238 pages
...areas as "finances, railways, telegraphs, and other things we call public services." He then went on, "For the love of Heaven don't bring me into this,...is strictly speaking, none of my business, except in so far as it is a part and parcel of the successful fight that you and I are making." The infuriated...
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