Odd man out
|Title||Odd man out: Mackenzie King and the first Quebec conference August 1943|
|Author(s)||Richard G. Kurial|
|Journal||Journal of Unconventional History|
|Abstract||The efforts of Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King (1874-1950) to improve Canada's international image and stature by hosting the August 1943 Quadrant conference in Quebec on World War II military and political strategy were met by repeated snubs - intentional and unintentional - by Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt. The article includes the conference agenda.|
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