In many things President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill were divided. One was a quiet, wheel chair bound, liberal minded politician who oversaw the far reaching reforms of the New Deal. The other was known for his bellicose speeches, conservative views and cigar smoking. But together under tremendous strain they formed an alliance vital for the Allies' success in the Second World War. Many of the statues crafted following the war reflect the prowess and power of these individuals. Yet none is as powerful as Lawrence Holofcener's intimate depiction of the two enjoying some lighthearted conversation on a bench on Bond Street. Unveiled in 1995 by Princess Margaret, the sculpture captures the special relationship enjoyed by the United States and the United Kingdom, a relationship that extends beyond simple alliance and into a truly amicable connection.