Franklin D. Roosevelt and Sir Winston Churchill share a laugh aboard the H.M.S. Prince of Wales, on August 14, 1941, at Argentia Bay, off the coast of Newfoundland. The U.S. President and the British Prime Minister met aboard the British battleship in a secret conference, which resulted in the declaration of the Anglo-American alliance during World War II, known as the "Atlantic Charter." Behind Churchill, in the background, stand General George Marshall, Chief of Staff, left, and General Sir John G. Dill, Chief of Imperial British Staff; on the extreme left, behind FDR, stands Capt. Elliott Roosevelt, the U.S. President's son.
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