Wartime Meeting In Quebec
At the First Quebec Conference during WWII, American and British military officers hold discussions seated at a large table. Churchill and FDR sit down outside for a photo op. WS of Quebec's Chateau Frontenac, take from or near the St. Lawrence River.
|Date||August 11 1943|
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