The Autobiography of Eleanor Roosevelt - Chapters 24-26 Summary & Analysis

Blanche Wiesen Cook
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Chapters 24-26 Summary and Analysis

Eleanor returns from England and Franklin soon leaves for a secret meeting with Churchill in Casablanca. He tells Eleanor about deGaulle when he returns. Madame Chiang of China arrived in New York City for medical treatment. She recovers at Hyde Park and then came to Washington. In April there was a trip to Mexico.

In Chapter Twenty-Five, Eleanor tells about her trip to the Pacific. It was Franklin's idea. She wanted to add Guadalcanal and other battle areas to the itinerary and finally gained Franklin's approval. It was also decided that Eleanor would wear a uniform instead of civilian clothes while on the trip. Her son told her to be sure to take some of her meals with the non-commissioned officers and the enlisted men as this would make a better impression than always eating with the brass. Eleanor visited Australia, New Zealand...

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