Winston Churchill, looking especially puckish, and Canadian PM William Lyon Mackenzie King stand behind U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt and Canada’s Governor-General, the Earl of Athlone, at a photo opp during the first Quebec Conference on Aug. 18, 1943. Among other things, the leaders agreed in principle to launch the invasion of France the following May (D-Day finally came on June 6, 1944).

William Lyon Mackenzie King with American President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, British Major General Alexander Cambridge, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in Quebec City in

C’est à la Citadelle de Québec que se rencontrent Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt et William Lyon Mackenzie King du 17 au 24 août 1943 pour préparer l’issue de la Seconde Guerre mondiale lors de la Conférence de Québec. En plus de discuter de l’implication des Canadiens-francophones à la guerre, on y planifie le réputé débarquement de Normandie. Par: Catherine St-André #WWII #quebec

C’est à la Citadelle de Québec que se rencontrent Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt et William Lyon Mackenzie King du 17 au 24 août 1943 pour préparer l’issue de la Seconde Guerre mondiale lors de la Conférence de Québec. En plus de discuter de l’implication des Canadiens-francophones à la guerre, on y planifie le réputé débarquement de Normandie. Par: Catherine St-André #WWII #quebec

Sur le billet, William Lyon Mackenzie King est à ce jour le premier ministre fédéral resté le plus longtemps en fonction. Retrouvez toutes les caractéristiques du billet sur la Banque du Canada : http://www.banqueducanada.ca/billets/series-de-billets-de-banque/polymere/graphisme/?_ga=1.205305300.519371255.1483962099

Sur le billet, William Lyon Mackenzie King est à ce jour le premier ministre fédéral resté le plus longtemps en fonction. Retrouvez toutes les caractéristiques du billet sur la Banque du Canada : http://www.banqueducanada.ca/billets/series-de-billets-de-banque/polymere/graphisme/?_ga=1.205305300.519371255.1483962099

The Right Honourable William Lyon Mackenzie King was the dominant Canadian political leader from the 1920s through the 1940s.

The Right Honourable William Lyon Mackenzie King was the dominant Canadian political leader from the through the During enlistment was very low and forced King to send men overseas in November of

KING, Le très hon. William Lyon Mackenzie, C.P., O.M., C.M.G., B.A., M.A., A.M., LL.B., Ph.D. (1874-1950) baptisé William Lyon Mackenzie King.  10e Premier ministre du Canada - Monarque:  George V.    Création de la Société Radio-Canada ; Office national du film du Canada ; Nationalisation de la Banque du Canada ; Seconde Guerre mondiale ; Crise de la conscription (1944); Introduction de l'épargne-retraite.  Né en Ontario (1921-1926 & 1926-1930 & 1935-1948)

KING, Le très hon. William Lyon Mackenzie, C.P., O.M., C.M.G., B.A., M.A., A.M., LL.B., Ph.D. (1874-1950) baptisé William Lyon Mackenzie King. 10e Premier ministre du Canada - Monarque: George V. Création de la Société Radio-Canada ; Office national du film du Canada ; Nationalisation de la Banque du Canada ; Seconde Guerre mondiale ; Crise de la conscription (1944); Introduction de l'épargne-retraite. Né en Ontario (1921-1926 & 1926-1930 & 1935-1948)

William Lyon Mackenzie King (left), Prime Minister of Canada from October 23rd, 1935 – November 15th, 1948. In his three separate terms as PM, King served for over 21 years (the longest-serving Canadian Prime Minister). This photo was taken on May 27th, 1939 with King George VI and Princess Elizabeth (later Queen) at Banff Springs, shortly before the war. Canada entered WWII on September 10th, 1939, seven days after Britain declared war…

King George VI and Queen Elizabeth talking and Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King. / Le roi George VI et la reine Elizabeth et le premier ministre William Lyon Mackenzie King.

William Lyon Mackenzie King and Winston Churchill, 1941 © Yousuf Karsh.

William Lyon Mackenzie King and Winston Churchill, 1941 © Yousuf Karsh

William Lyon Mackenzie King   (in large part to determine how brilliant/crazy he really was)

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Politics: William Lyon Mackenzie King was the longest serving Prime Minister in Canadian history. He served three terms in office from and Mackenzie King took a big part in World War 2 and involved in the Conscription Crisis.

Canadian prime minister William Lyon Mackenzie King, also known as Weird Willie, gazed into his crystal ball, communed with his dead dogs, and saw images in his shaving cream. Yet many historians believe that he was our greatest prime minister ever. For more: www.elinorflorence.com/blog/mackenzie-king

1925 ♦ February 9 - William Lyon Mackenzie King, the dominant Canadian political leader from the through the He served as the tenth Prime Minister of Canada in and

King: William Lyon Mackenzie King: a Life Guided by the Hand of Destiny, by Allan Levine.

King: William Lyon Mackenzie King: A Life Guided By The Hand Of Destiny, by Allan Levine (adult nonfiction, ebook)

William Lyon Mackenzie King

William Lyon Mackenzie King

Sir Wilfrid Laurier (left), William Lyon Mackenzie King (centre) and John Diefenbaker (right).

Seances, drinking, and a heart attack: 5 unusual stories about Canada’s prime ministers - National

Seances, drinking, and a heart attack: 5 unusual stories about Canada’s prime ministers

William Lyon Mackenzie King

William Lyon Mackenzie King

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