President Franklin Roosevelt and his dinner guests aboard the cruiser USS Augusta at the Atlantic Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, 9 Aug 1941.Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, and RooseveltWinston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, and RooseveltFranklin Roosevelt receiving British First Sea Lord Admiral Sir Dudley Pound aboard the cruiser USS Augusta at the Atlantic Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, 10 Aug 1941.
President Franklin Roosevelt and his dinner guests aboard the cruiser USS Augusta at the Atlantic Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, 9 Aug 1941.Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, and Roosevelt's sons Franklin and Eliott aboard USS Augusta off Newfoundland, Aug 1941, photo 1 of 2Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, and Roosevelt's sons Franklin and Eliott aboard USS Augusta off Newfoundland, Aug 1941, photo 2 of 2Franklin Roosevelt receiving British First Sea Lord Admiral Sir Dudley Pound aboard the cruiser USS Augusta at the Atlantic Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, 10 Aug 1941.
Religious 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 backgroundRoosevelt 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 themRoosevelt 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 themRoyal Marines form an honor guard aboard HMS Prince of Wales to welcome US President Franklin Roosevelt aboard (upper right) for Sunday services during the Atlantic Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, 10 Aug 1941.
Religious 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 backgroundRoosevelt 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 themRoosevelt 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 themRoyal Marines form an honor guard aboard HMS Prince of Wales to welcome US President Franklin Roosevelt aboard (upper right) for Sunday services during the Atlantic Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, 10 Aug 1941.
Sunday services on the fantail of HMS Prince of Wales during the Atlantic Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, 10 Aug 1941. Note Prince of Wales’ 10-inch guns and Roosevelt and Churchill seated to the left.USS McDougal alongside HMS Prince of Wales during Atlantic Charter Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, Aug 1941Winston Churchill on the deck of HMS Prince of Wales watching the USS McDougal as the ship transported Roosevelt back to the USS Augusta, 10 Aug 1941Winston Churchill petting the mascot of HMS Prince of Wales, Blackie, during the Atlantic Charter Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, Aug 1941
Sunday services on the fantail of HMS Prince of Wales during the Atlantic Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, 10 Aug 1941. Note Prince of Wales’ 10-inch guns and Roosevelt and Churchill seated to the left.USS McDougal alongside HMS Prince of Wales during Atlantic Charter Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, Aug 1941Winston Churchill on the deck of HMS Prince of Wales watching the USS McDougal as the ship transported Roosevelt back to the USS Augusta, 10 Aug 1941Winston Churchill petting the mascot of HMS Prince of Wales, Blackie, during the Atlantic Charter Conference, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, Aug 1941
Canadians pulling the wreckage of a Digby Mark I aircraft out of Freshwater Bay at Dover, Dominion of Newfoundland (now Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada), after the plane crashed into the bay on 2 Jan 1942US Navy PBO-1 Hudson of Patrol Squadron VP-82 on the ramp at Bristol Field, Argentia, Dominion of Newfoundland, Jan to May 1942. Only this squadron flew the PBO-1 in US service. Photo 2 of 2.German Weather Station Kurt set up on the Hutton Peninsula, Labrador, Dominion of Newfoundland (now Canada) on 22 Oct 1943Inflatable rubber rafts on the after deck of German U-537 in Martin Bay, Labrador, Dominion of Newfoundland (now Canada) on 22 Oct 1943. The rafts were used to take pieces of Weather Station Kurt ashore to the Hutton Peninsula.
Canadians pulling the wreckage of a Digby Mark I aircraft out of Freshwater Bay at Dover, Dominion of Newfoundland (now Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada), after the plane crashed into the bay on 2 Jan 1942US Navy PBO-1 Hudson of Patrol Squadron VP-82 on the ramp at Bristol Field, Argentia, Dominion of Newfoundland, Jan to May 1942. Only this squadron flew the PBO-1 in US service. Photo 2 of 2.German Weather Station Kurt set up on the Hutton Peninsula, Labrador, Dominion of Newfoundland (now Canada) on 22 Oct 1943Inflatable rubber rafts on the after deck of German U-537 in Martin Bay, Labrador, Dominion of Newfoundland (now Canada) on 22 Oct 1943. The rafts were used to take pieces of Weather Station Kurt ashore to the Hutton Peninsula.
Type IXC/40 submarine U-537 at anchor in Martin Bay, Labrador, Dominion of Newfoundland (now Canada) on 22 Oct 1943. Crewmen can be seen on deck offloading components of Weather Station Kurt into rubber rafts.Type IXC/40 submarine U-537 at anchor in Martin Bay, Labrador, Dominion of Newfoundland (now Canada) on 22 Oct 1943. The photo is taken from the site of Weather Station Kurt on the Hutton Peninsula.
Type IXC/40 submarine U-537 at anchor in Martin Bay, Labrador, Dominion of Newfoundland (now Canada) on 22 Oct 1943. Crewmen can be seen on deck offloading components of Weather Station Kurt into rubber rafts.Type IXC/40 submarine U-537 at anchor in Martin Bay, Labrador, Dominion of Newfoundland (now Canada) on 22 Oct 1943. The photo is taken from the site of Weather Station Kurt on the Hutton Peninsula.


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