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In 1941, the Atlantic Charter was signed by _____ and the United States, stating that neither country wanted to acquire territory nor would attempt to govern other nations.
In 1941, the Atlantic Charter was signed by Great Britain and the United States, stating that neither country wanted to acquire territory nor would attempt to govern other nations.
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In 1941, the Atlantic Charter was signed by Great Britain and the United States, stating that neither country wanted to acquire territory nor would attempt to govern other nations.
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