9 Aug 1941

Photo(s) dated 9 Aug 1941
Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, and RooseveltWinston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, and Roosevelt
10 Aug 1941

Photo(s) dated 10 Aug 1941
Roosevelt and Churchill at the Atlantic Charter Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, 10-12 Aug 1941, photo 2 of 2; Hopkins, Harriman, King, Marshall, Dill, Stark, and Pound behind themWinston Churchill petting the mascot of HMS Prince of Wales, Blackie, during the Atlantic Charter Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, Aug 1941Roosevelt and Churchill at the Atlantic Charter Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, 10-12 Aug 1941, photo 1 of 2; Hopkins, Harriman, King, Marshall, Dill, Stark, and Pound behind themReligious service on board HMS Prince of Wales during Atlantic Charter Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, 10 Aug 1941; note Roosevelt, Churchill, King, Marshall, Dill, Stark, and Pound in presence; USS Arkansas in background
See all photos dated 10 Aug 1941
5 Jun 1942

Newfoundland
20 Jun 1942

Newfoundland
  • USS Ranger and USS Augusta departed Argentia, Newfoundland bound for Quonset Point, Rhode Island. ww2dbase [Augusta | Ranger | Argentia | DS]
28 Feb 1943

Newfoundland
  • Auxiliary Aircraft Carrier USS Bogue arrived at Argentia, Newfoundland. ww2dbase [Bogue | Argentia | DS]
5 Mar 1943

Newfoundland
  • Auxiliary Aircraft Carrier USS Bogue departed Argentia, Newfoundland bound for mid-Atlantic rendezvous with eastbound Convoy HX228. ww2dbase [Bogue | Argentia | DS]
14 Mar 1943

Newfoundland
  • Destroyer USS Belknap (DD 251) landed survivors of merchant ships Madoera and Jonathan Sturges at Argentia, Newfoundland. ww2dbase [Argentia | HM]
  • Auxiliary Aircraft Carrier USS Bogue and her task group arrived at Argentia, Newfoundland. ww2dbase [Bogue | Argentia | DS]
20 Mar 1943

Newfoundland
  • Auxiliary Aircraft Carrier USS Bogue and her task group departed Argentia, Newfoundland bound for mid-Atlantic rendezvous with eastbound Convoy SC123. ww2dbase [Bogue | Argentia | DS]
30 Mar 1943

Newfoundland
  • Auxiliary Aircraft Carrier USS Bogue and her task group arrived at Argentia, Newfoundland. ww2dbase [Bogue | Argentia | DS]
5 Apr 1943

Newfoundland
  • USS Ranger arrived at Argentia, Newfoundland. ww2dbase [Ranger | Argentia | DS]
7 Apr 1943

Newfoundland
  • Auxiliary Aircraft Carrier USS Bogue departed Argentia, Newfoundland bound for Philadelphia Navy Yard for emergency repairs to her aircraft catapult. ww2dbase [Bogue | Argentia | DS]
20 Apr 1943

Newfoundland
  • Auxiliary Aircraft Carrier USS Bogue arrived at Argentia, Newfoundland. ww2dbase [Bogue | Argentia | DS]
23 Apr 1943

Newfoundland
  • Auxiliary Aircraft Carrier USS Bogue and her task group departed Argentia, Newfoundland bound for mid-Atlantic rendezvous with eastbound Convoy HX-235. ww2dbase [Bogue | Argentia | DS]
26 May 1943

Newfoundland
  • Auxiliary Aircraft Carrier USS Bogue and her task group arrived at Argentia, Newfoundland. ww2dbase [Bogue | Argentia | DS]
31 May 1943

Newfoundland
  • Auxiliary Aircraft Carrier USS Bogue and her escorts departed Argentia, Newfoundland on a purely offensive anti-submarine patrol. This was Bogue's first Hunter-Killer sortie without concurrent convoy escort duty. ww2dbase [Bogue | Conclusion of the Battle of the Atlantic | Argentia | DS]
24 Jul 1943

Newfoundland
  • USS Ranger departed Argentia, Newfoundland bound for the Boston Navy Yard in Massachusetts. ww2dbase [Ranger | Argentia | DS]
24 Aug 1944

Newfoundland
  • Escort carrier USS Bogue and her task group arrived at Argentia, Newfoundland. ww2dbase [Bogue | Argentia | DS]
28 Aug 1944

Newfoundland
  • Escort carrier USS Bogue and her task group departed Argentia, Newfoundland and resumed their patrol. ww2dbase [Bogue | Argentia | DS]

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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