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Recent French anti-Americanism stems directly from the tensions raised during World War II between de Gaulle and Franklin D. Roosevelt. All historians, and some other people too, know how tense and unfriendly has been the intercourse between these two statesmen who could never come to terms one with the other and enjoyed the most unpleasant relationship among all Allies during the Second World War. To explain why it was so, it is appropriate to turn first to the mere facts, which can then lead us to interpret their misunderstanding.
As emphasized by the historian, Robert Dallek, "the de Gaulle-Giraud discussions in Algiers ... " When de Gaulle asked for the removal of the Vichyite governor of West Africa, Pierre Boisson, "Roosevelt at once advised Eisenhower and Churchill that he would not 'remain quiescent' in the face of such developments. " 9 On his side, de Gaulle did not miss any opportunity to remind the Americans of their role during the First World War, which after all was not so different from that of the French in the second one.
Baruch visited Chartwell on a number of occasions, and Churchill himself planned another trip to the United States in 1936, but this was canceled because of the abdication crisis. An intermittent correspondence witnesses Churchill praising the "cash and carry" provision of the revised neutrality act in 1937, which he came to believe had originated with Baruch, but he significantly failed to mention it in his Commons speech on the navy estimates. " This may have been an oblique reference to Roosevelt's quarantine speech of 5 October 1937.