Dignitaries including Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and William Lyon Mackenzie King posing for photographs outdoors, and then attending a State dinner in the Chateau Frontenac in Quebec. Chiefs of Staff and bejeweled women at function. Many dignitaries of Britain, Canada, and the U.S. seen, including Alexander Cambridge 1st Earl of Athlone, and General Douglas MacArthur. At the Citadel, the parliamentary heads of the three participating nations receive the LLD from McGill. Mrs. Clementine Churchill and Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt appearing at a press conference together to make a statement to reporters.
Film clip shows workers surrounding a completed B-29 bomber parked on ramp of what appears to be the Boeing plant on Sea Island, Canada. Film clip reads:"Canada Builds B-29s for U.S." (Note: Boeing of Canada, headquartered at Vancouver, B.C., built a huge manufacturing factory on Sea Island to build aircraft for the war effort. In 1944 Boeing began to manufacture the mid-sections of B-29 fuselages there, including bomb bays for the bomber. These sections were then trucked to Renton, Washington where they were incorporated into final assembled aircraft. However, this clip shows a fully assembled B-29 that may have been flown here for something like worker morale purposes.)
Allied campaign against the Axis in 1944 during World War II. Exteriors of Dumbarton Oaks in Washington DC. Representatives of the United Nations at a meeting inside the mansion. A railroad train arrives and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill gets off the train in Quebec, Canada for the Quebec Conference. Churchill confers with U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt about Allied plans during the war. Soldiers march in Europe. President Roosevelt acknowledges a large crowd after being reelected for the third term. People celebrate his victory. Civilians work in war plants to produce aircraft , tanks and other equipment in the United States. On December 16, 1944, German forces launch a major-counter attack through the Ardennes forests, resulting in the "Battle of the Bulge" in Belgium. Allied soldiers fight against the Germans as tanks roll.
Dignitaries and officials during the Quebec Conference in Quebec, Canada. U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt with wife Eleanor Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill with wife Clementine Churchill and Prime Minister of Canada William Lyon Mackenzie King seated in a row during the Quebec Conference. Several officers and correspondents watching the dignitaries. President Roosevelt talking with Prime Minister Churchill. The dignitaries and officials at a social gathering after the conference. Mackenzie King and U.S. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt shaking hands with the officials. Prime Minister Churchill gets into a car parked outside a building. A crowd gathered outside the building watch the Prime Minister seated in the car with another dignitary. The car leaves with the dignitaries.
Australian ship Taronga Park being readied for launching at Saint John Dry Dock & Shipbuilding Co in New Brunswick, Canada. Shipyard workers use battering ram to dislodge supports from under keel of ship. Australian flag hoisted aboard the ship. A sign on the side of the ship reads 'Made in Canada for Australia SS Taronga Park'. Many shipyard workers descend stairs from scaffolding before before ship is launched.
British aircraft land aboard an aircraft carrier on the west coast of Canada during World War II. The British flag flutters on an aircraft carrier (which the U.S. furnished to the British Navy under the Lend-Lease Act). A British officer looks through binoculars. British aircraft in flight. A man operates a blinker to direct the aircraft. The aircraft carrier underway at sea. A signal officer signals for landing. An aircraft lands on the flight deck of the carrier. The aircraft wings are folded.