U.S. General Dwight D. Eisenhower is besieged by correspondents and photographers in London, upon his appointment as Supreme Commander Allied Expeditionary Forces during World War 2. He us seen pointing at a wall map of Europe. Then, with flags of Great Britain and the United States behind him, he makes remarks from his desk. He expresses pleasure at the Joint nature of the allied command, and the effectiveness of the U.K. and U.S. forces. He extols the advances made on the Eastern front by Soviet forces. Finally, he expressed confidence in the ultimate victory of the United Nations.
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