Anderson devised a comprehensive exchange agreement that reformulates Churchill “in more majestic language.”  Anderson feared that Groves Stimson and Bush would say that “like all Americans who come to our island, they were greeted by our hypocritical cunning and carried away by our brilliant Prime Minister.”  When Conant learned of the agreement, he stated that he would feel more at home in the staff of the Chicago Tribune, a newspaper known for its anti-British views.  Anderson arrived in Washington on August 5 with the project and moved on with Conant and Bush. From an American point of view, nothing came to the final draft, which was the opposite of the current information exchange policy. Anderson made an important concession: the creation of the Combined Policy Committee, which oversees the joint project with representations from the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada.  Coant`s objections to Anderson`s proposed information-sharing settlement were accomplished by assigning the task to the Combined Policy Committee.  Stimson, General George Marshall and Rear Admiral William R. Purnell reviewed the document and made minor changes, and were sent to the British Embassy for approval.  The British government was the first to acknowledge that such an agreement was necessary. On their own, they had clearly established that their knowledge of the science of nuclear energy was both feasible and feasible. But at the end of 1941, they realized that the development of a useful nuclear weapon, within the time frame and dimensions of the war that was still going on at the time, went completely beyond the material and personal efficiency of their country and empire. Only the United States had a broad technology base in science and technology, enormous resources of skilled and skilled labour; and an industrial infrastructure that could bear the brunt of the development and production of nuclear weapons, as well as meeting the daily production requirements of war. That is why Winston Churchill`s scientific and war mobilization advisers advised him to look for the conditions for the implementation of an Anglo-American nuclear bomb project.
In July 1943, in London, American officials dispelled some important misunderstandings about British motivations and the agreement was drawn up. 4.1 Advisory committee members are appointed by the JMC and, if they represent an organization other than the ESDC and the MSSS, the JMC ensures in advance that the organizations concerned agree. This is an agreement that the Minister of Canada, as the representative of Canada, can enter into with a province in accordance with Section 10 of the Department of Employment and Social Development (S.C 2005, approximately 34), and Canada`s contribution under that agreement is governed by the Financial Administration Act (R.S.C. 1985, v. F-11); In September 1944, a second war conference, known as the Octagon Conference, was held in Quebec. After a series of Allied victories, thoughts turned to post-war planning. After that, Roosevelt and Churchill spent some time together at Roosevelt Estate, Springwood, in Hyde Park, New York.