The Hyde Park Declaration 1941: Origins and Significance

  title={The Hyde Park Declaration 1941: Origins and Significance},
  author={J. L. Granatstein and Robert Cuff},
  journal={The Canadian Historical Review},
  pages={59 - 80}
'DONE BY MACKENZIE and F.D.R. at Hyde Park on a grand Sunday, April 20, 1941 .' So Franklin Roosevelt inscribed the original typed copy of one of the most significant economic agreements reached between Canada and the United States during World War n. The simple six paragraph statement expressed the desire of President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Mackenzie King that 'in mobilizing the resources of this continent each country should provide the other with the defense articles which it is best… 
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