Franklin D. Roosevelt, Mackenzie King and Winston Churchill meet in Quebec, Canada during World War II.
Quebec Canada Date:1943 Duration:1 min 20 sec Sound:Yes
Allied leaders meet in Quebec, Canada during World War II. U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill seated in chairs as they discuss. U.S. Army General George C. Marshall and U.S. Navy Admiral Ernest King and other Allied officers stand behind the leaders. An aircraft taxis and Chinese Foreign Secretary T.V. Soong gets off the aircraft. Prime Minister Mackenzie receives Soong at the airport. Prime Minister Churchill smokes a cigar and President Roosevelt smiles. Allied military officers confer around a table. General George C. Marshal and others confer.
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