Earl of Athlone, Roosevelt, Churchill, and King, Octagon Conference, 12 Sep 1944Governor General of Canada and Earl of Athlone Alexander Cambridge, US President Franklin Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King at the Quebec Conference, Canada, 12 Sep 1944Telegraph Cottage in Kingston upon Thames, England, United Kingdom, 12 Sep 1944. This was Eisenhower’s residence while in England. It was destroyed by fire in 1987 and not rebuilt.
Earl of Athlone, Roosevelt, Churchill, and King, Octagon Conference, 12 Sep 1944Governor General of Canada and Earl of Athlone Alexander Cambridge, US President Franklin Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King at the Quebec Conference, Canada, 12 Sep 1944Telegraph Cottage in Kingston upon Thames, England, United Kingdom, 12 Sep 1944. This was Eisenhower’s residence while in England. It was destroyed by fire in 1987 and not rebuilt.


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