Marsh Is.#329 Casablanca Conference - 1993 Imperforate Mint Issue
January 14, 1943 The fate of the world rested on President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill during their fourth face-to-face meeting of the war in North Africa. Two major decisions were reached. (1) The Allies would first invade Southern Europe via Sicily and Italy before attempting a cross-Channel invasion of France. (2) General Eisenhower was chosen as Supreme Commander over all Allied Forces.