Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 21 No 4

MR. CHURCHILL’S U.S. AND AFRICAN MISSIONS OUTWARD BOUND The Prime .Minister on the bridge of the ship which carried him to the United States. CHEERED BY THE CREW Disembarking from the ship, Mr. Churchill gives the victory sign in response to the crew’s good wishes. CONFERENCE ON THE WAY OUT There was work to be done during the voyage across the Atlantic, and here the Prime Minister is seen in conlcrence with Air Chief Marshal Sir Charles Portal, Admiral of the Fleet Sir Dudley Pound, General Sir Alan Brooke and (on his left) Field- Marshal Sir Archibald Wavell. 74l
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