Lord Cherwell, Charles Portal, Dudley Pound, Winston Churchill, and others observing anti-aircraft gunnery in Britain, Jun 1941Harry Broadhurst, Arthur Coningham, Arthur Tedder, and Charles Portal at Vasto, Italy, date unknownWinston Churchill and Charles Portal at an airfield in Britain, 1940sPresident Franklin Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill confer with the Combined Chiefs of Staff during the Casablanca Conference at Roosevelt’s Dar es Saada villa in Casablanca, French Morocco, 18 Jan 1943.
Lord Cherwell, Charles Portal, Dudley Pound, Winston Churchill, and others observing anti-aircraft gunnery in Britain, Jun 1941Harry Broadhurst, Arthur Coningham, Arthur Tedder, and Charles Portal at Vasto, Italy, date unknownWinston Churchill and Charles Portal at an airfield in Britain, 1940sPresident Franklin Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill confer with the Combined Chiefs of Staff during the Casablanca Conference at Roosevelt’s Dar es Saada villa in Casablanca, French Morocco, 18 Jan 1943.
Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill at Casablanca Conference, French Morocco 22 Jan 1943; rear row L to R: Henry Arnold, Ernest King, George Marshall, Dudley Pound, Charles Portal, Alan Brooke, John Dill, Louis MountbattenFranklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and others at the White House during Trident Conference, Washington DC, United States, 24 May 1943King George VI with Air Chief Marshal Charles Portal, United Kingdom, 25 Jun 1943Mackenzie King, Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Allied military leaders, Quebec, Canada, 18 Aug 1943
Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill at Casablanca Conference, French Morocco 22 Jan 1943; rear row L to R: Henry Arnold, Ernest King, George Marshall, Dudley Pound, Charles Portal, Alan Brooke, John Dill, Louis MountbattenFranklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and others at the White House during Trident Conference, Washington DC, United States, 24 May 1943King George VI with Air Chief Marshal Charles Portal, United Kingdom, 25 Jun 1943Mackenzie King, Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Allied military leaders, Quebec, Canada, 18 Aug 1943
Allied Combined Chiefs of Staff in Quebec, Canada for the Quadrant Conference, Aug 1943Octagon Conferece, Sep 1944; sitting: Marshall, Leahy, Roosevelt, Churchill, Brooke, Dill; standing: Hollis, Ismay, King, Portal, Arnold, CunninghamChurchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin at the Livadia Palace in Yalta, Russia (now Ukraine), Feb 1945, photo 1 of 4Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin at the Livadia Palace in Yalta, Russia (now Ukraine), Feb 1945, photo 3 of 4
Allied Combined Chiefs of Staff in Quebec, Canada for the Quadrant Conference, Aug 1943Octagon Conferece, Sep 1944; sitting: Marshall, Leahy, Roosevelt, Churchill, Brooke, Dill; standing: Hollis, Ismay, King, Portal, Arnold, CunninghamChurchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin at the Livadia Palace in Yalta, Russia (now Ukraine), Feb 1945, photo 1 of 4Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin at the Livadia Palace in Yalta, Russia (now Ukraine), Feb 1945, photo 3 of 4
Churchill with his Chiefs of Staff at a luncheon at 10 Downing Street, London, England, UK, 7 May 1945General Henry Arnold, Marshal Charles Portal, Field Marshal Harold Alexander, General George Marshall, and Admiral Ernest King at the British victory parade in Berlin, Germany, 21 Jul 1945
Churchill with his Chiefs of Staff at a luncheon at 10 Downing Street, London, England, UK, 7 May 1945General Henry Arnold, Marshal Charles Portal, Field Marshal Harold Alexander, General George Marshall, and Admiral Ernest King at the British victory parade in Berlin, Germany, 21 Jul 1945
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