A full nine months before the US entered World War II in December 1941, the country terminated its neutrality with the Lend-Lease Act in March of that same year. With it, the US agreed to provide supplies to the Allied countries to help them in the war effort. It was a crucial part of the eventual Allied victory.
Several years earlier, in April 1937, Edward R. Murrow left New York for London to take the role of European director for CBS. Here he lived in flat 5 of 84-94 Hallam Street Continue reading