Before Pearl Harbor, aviator Charles Lindbergh was so vocal about his opposition to U.S. involvement in World War II that he became an unofficial leader of America's isolationist movement.
In The Same Boat: British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (from left) leaves Westminster Pier in 1942 with American politicians Harry Hopkins, John Winant and William Bullitt. At right is British Labor Party politician and First Lord of the Admiralty A.V. Alexander.
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