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“The Relationship between Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill during
Prime minister of Great Britain “Winston Churchill” and President of The United States “Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR)” carried the weight of these two countries during the time of violence and uncertainty. These both men were the great leaders of free world and their friendship helped protecting the world from tyranny. The relationship between   these nations have moved from enmity to a firm alliance in more than two hundred years.
The dispute aroused   between two nations during Napoleonic Wars (1803-1815) inflamed the hostility between two nations. Their main issue was forced recruitment of   U.S seaman into the Royal Navy. They also had disputes regarding Indian policy, commerce and boundaries. These disputes led two countries to the “War of 1812” which lasted from 1812 to 1815. This was the first time that the United States had declared war on another nation, and was approved by the Congressional vote. The war was fought in four theaters : on the oceans, along the Atlantic coast of U.S, on the long frontier which runs along the Great Lakes and Saint Lawrence River and finally along the coast of Gulf of Mexico. The war ended in 1814 by the Treaty of Ghent which created a framework for future friendly relations between the United States and Great Britain. Relationship between U.S. And Great Britain have been improving ever since U.S. fought at Britain's side during World War I.  
In 1917, The United States joined the Allies also known as Entente Powers.   United Kingdom, France and the Russian Empire were the influential members of Entente. American Expeditionary Forces helped defeat Central Powers which included Germany, Hungary, Turkey and Bulgaria. The Treaty of Versailles was one of the peace treaties at the end of World War I. After the war, U.S. senate did not ratify the treaty which let to the formation of the League of Nations (LON). It was an Intergovernmental...