This volume relates Churchill’s story from the cross-Channel invasion of France to the end of the war’s fifth full year. During these eight months, Churchill traveled 35,000 miles, wrote more than 1,600 pieces of correspondence, and delivered over two dozen speeches. He hosted the first wartime conference of British Empire and Commonwealth prime ministers. He deliberated with the Allied military commanders over the impending invasion of southern France. He met with President Roosevelt in Quebec and with Premier Stalin in Moscow. He attempted to convince the Polish Government-in-Exile to make a deal with the Soviets and thus save their nation. These stories are known and preserved by Churchill’s letters, telegrams, minutes, and speeches. This volume contains that record.