The Atlantic Charter was a pivotal policy statement issued on August 14, 1941, that defined the Allied goals for the post-war world, including self-determination for nations and economic and social cooperation among nations.What was the main message of the Atlantic Charter?
There were eight principal clauses of the charter: No territorial gains were to be sought by the United States or the United Kingdom. Territorial adjustments must be in accord with the wishes of the peoples concerned. All people had a right to self-determination. Trade barriers were to be lowered. There was to be global economic co-operation and advancement of social welfare. More items...What was the Atlantic Charter and who created it?
The Atlantic Charter gives the rights of all people to choose their own government. It was created by the America's President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Britain's Prime Minister Winston Churchill. The Atlantic Charter was important because it showed the growing solidarity between Anglo-American.