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Winston Churchill presiding over the Allied Planning Conference, Algiers, Algeria, 4 Jun 1943; note Eden, Brooke, Tedder, Cunningham, Alexander, Marshall, Eisenhower, and Montgomery

Caption   Winston Churchill presiding over the Allied Planning Conference, Algiers, Algeria, 4 Jun 1943; note Eden, Brooke, Tedder, Cunningham, Alexander, Marshall, Eisenhower, and Montgomery ww2dbase
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Bernard Montgomery   Main article  Photos  
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Alan Brooke   Main article  Photos  
Winston Churchill   Main article  Photos  
Andrew Cunningham   Main article  Photos  
Harold Alexander   Main article  Photos  
Anthony Eden   Main article  Photos  
Arthur Tedder   Main article  Photos  
Photos on Same Day 4 Jun 1943
Photos at Same Place Algiers, Algeria
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 26 Jul 2018

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