20 Jul 1940

Canada
  • Canadian patrol vessel HMCS Ambler departed Quebec City, Quebec, Canada to patrol Riviere du Loup. ww2dbase [Quebec City, Quebec | CPC]
18 Jul 1941

Canada
  • In Canada, Canadian corvette HMCS Algoma arrived at Montreal, Quebec, and corvette HMCS Shediac arrived at Quebec City, Quebec. ww2dbase [Quebec City, Quebec | CPC]
17 Jul 1942

Canada
  • Canadian frigate Valleyfield was launched at Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. ww2dbase [Quebec City, Quebec | CPC]
19 Jul 1943

Canada
  • The keel of Canadian frigate HMCS Joliette was laid down at Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. ww2dbase [Quebec City, Quebec | CPC]
20 Jul 1943

Canada
  • The keel of Canadian corvette HMCS Asbestos was laid down at Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. ww2dbase [Quebec City, Quebec | CPC]
  • The keel of Canadian corvette HMCS Hawkesbury was laid down at Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. ww2dbase [Quebec City, Quebec | CPC]
17 Aug 1943

Canada
  • During the Quadrant Conference in Quebec, Canada, Orde Wingate shared with the Americans his plans for an offensive into Burma; the US Army showed interest in this plan. ww2dbase [Quadrant Conference | Quebec City, Quebec | CPC]
18 Aug 1943

Canada
20 Aug 1943

Photo(s) dated 20 Aug 1943
Louis 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 1943Franklin Roosevelt, the Earl of Athlone, Mckenzie King, and Winston Churchill on the terrace at the Citadelle, Quebec, Canada, Aug 1943

Timeline Section Founder: Thomas Houlihan
Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, Thomas Houlihan, Hugh Martyr, David Stubblebine
Special Thanks: Rory Curtis




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