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Allied Combined Chiefs of Staff in Quebec, Canada for the Quadrant Conference, Aug 1943Celebration for the 100,000th Bren gun built at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 20 Aug 1943, photo 1 of 2
Allied Combined Chiefs of Staff in Quebec, Canada for the Quadrant Conference, Aug 1943Celebration for the 100,000th Bren gun built at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 20 Aug 1943, photo 1 of 2
Celebration for the 100,000th Bren gun built at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 20 Aug 1943, photo 2 of 2Chinese Army officer and an executive of the John Inglis and Company observing a female worker at the Inglis Toronto plant, Canada, 20 Aug 1943
Celebration for the 100,000th Bren gun built at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 20 Aug 1943, photo 2 of 2Chinese Army officer and an executive of the John Inglis and Company observing a female worker at the Inglis Toronto plant, Canada, 20 Aug 1943
Chinese General P. Kiang and Canadian factory worker June Chinese representatives studying a Bren gun at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 20 Aug 1943
Chinese General P. Kiang and Canadian factory worker June 'Miss Inglis' Pattison with the 100,000th Bren gun built at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 20 Aug 1943Chinese representatives studying a Bren gun at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 20 Aug 1943
Chinese representatives touring the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 20 Aug 1943Franklin Roosevelt, the Earl of Athlone, Mckenzie King, and Winston Churchill on the terrace at the Citadelle, Quebec, Canada, Aug 1943
Chinese representatives touring the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 20 Aug 1943Franklin Roosevelt, the Earl of Athlone, Mckenzie King, and Winston Churchill on the terrace at the Citadelle, Quebec, Canada, Aug 1943
High-angle view of the stern of USS Alabama, off Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Virginia, United States, 20 Aug 1943Louis Mountbatten, John Dill, Hastings Ismay, Ernest King, Henry Arnold, William Leahy, Kenneth Stuart, Percy Nelles, and George Marshall at Ch√Ęteau Frontenac during Quebec Conference, Canada, Aug 1943
High-angle view of the stern of USS Alabama, off Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Virginia, United States, 20 Aug 1943Louis Mountbatten, John Dill, Hastings Ismay, Ernest King, Henry Arnold, William Leahy, Kenneth Stuart, Percy Nelles, and George Marshall at Ch√Ęteau Frontenac during Quebec Conference, Canada, Aug 1943
South Dakota off the Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, 20 Aug 1943Submarine Tang at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, California, United States, circa late Aug 1943
South Dakota off the Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, 20 Aug 1943Submarine Tang at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, California, United States, circa late Aug 1943
USS Alabama off Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Virginia, United States, 20 Aug 1943, photo 1 of 4USS Alabama off Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Virginia, United States, 20 Aug 1943, photo 2 of 4
USS Alabama off Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Virginia, United States, 20 Aug 1943, photo 1 of 4USS Alabama off Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Virginia, United States, 20 Aug 1943, photo 2 of 4
USS Alabama off Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Virginia, United States, 20 Aug 1943, photo 3 of 4USS Alabama off Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Virginia, United States, 20 Aug 1943, photo 4 of 4
USS Alabama off Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Virginia, United States, 20 Aug 1943, photo 3 of 4USS Alabama off Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Virginia, United States, 20 Aug 1943, photo 4 of 4


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