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Franklin D. Roosevelt

March 4, 1933-Apri1 12, 1945

February 6-14, 1933
United Kingdom
The Bahamas
Fishing trip. [Visit made as President-elect.]

June 29-July 1, 1933
Canada
Campobello Island
Vacation.

March 29-April 11, 1934
United Kingdom
The Bahamas
Fishing trip.

July 5-6, 1934
Haiti
Cap Haitien
Informal visit en route to vacation in Hawaii.

July 10, 1934
Colombia
Cartagena
Informal visit en route to vacation in Hawaii.

July 11-12, 1934
Panama
Panama City
Informal visit en route to vacation in Hawaii.

March 27-April 6, 1935
United Kingdom
The Bahamas
Fishing trip.

October 16, 1935
Panama
Balboa
Informal visit with President Arias while returning to Washington, D.C. from West Coast.

March 24-April 7, 1936
United Kingdom
The Bahamas
Fishing trip.

July 28-30, 1936
Canada
Campobello Island
Vacation.

July 31, 1936
Canada
Quebec
Official visit; met with Governor General Lord Tweedsmuir.

November 21, 1936
United Kingdom
Trinidad
Stopped on the way to South America.

November 27, 1936
Brazil
Rio de Janeiro
Addressed Brazilian Congress.

November 30-December 2, 1936
Argentina
Buenos Ames
Attended session of Inter-American Conference for the Maintenance of Peace.

December 3, 1936
Uruguay
Montevideo
Official visit; met with President Terra.

December 11, 1936
United Kingdom
Trinidad
Stopped while returning to the United States.

August 4-5, 1938
Panama
BaIhoa
Informal visit with President Arosemena during vacation in the Caribbean.

August 18, 1938
Canada
Kingston
Received honorary degree from Queens University and dedicated Thousand Islands Bridge.

August 14-16, 1939
Canada
Campobello Island and Sydney, Nova Scotia
Fishing trip.

August 17-20, 1939
United Kingdom
Bay of Islands and Bonne Bay(Newfoundland)
Fishing trip.

August 21-23, 1939
Canada
Halifax
Stopped while returning to the United States.

February 27, 1940
Panama
Cristobal, Balboa
Met informally with President Boyd during vacation.

December 5, 1940
United Kingdom
Jamaica
Inspected British base sites for possible American use.

December 8, 1940
United Kingdom
St. Lucia
Inspected British base sites for possible American use.

December 8, 1940
France
Martinique
Conferred with U.S. officials.

December 9, 1940
United Kingdom
Antigua
Inspected British base sites for possible American use.

December 12-13, 1940
United Kingdom
The Bahamas
Inspected British base sites for possible American use. Met with the Duke of Windsor at Eleutheria Island, December 13. Returned to the U.S. December 14.

August 9-12, 1941
United Kingdom
Argentia (Newfoundland)
Attended conference with Prime Minister Churchill. Announced the Atlantic Charter.

January 11, 1943
United Kingdom
Trinidad
Overnight stop en route to Casablanca.

January 12, 1943
Brazil
Belem
Overnight stop en route to Casablanca.

January 13, 1943
United Kingdom
Bathurst (The Gambia)
Overnight stop en route to Casablanca.

January 14-25, 1943
Morocco
Casablanca
Casablanca Conference with British Prime Minister Churchill.

January 25, 1943
United Kingdom
Bathurst (The Gambia)
Overnight stop en route from Casablanca.

January 26-27, 1943
Liberia
Monrovia
Informal visit; met with President Barclay.

January 28, 1943
Brazil
Natal
Informal visit; met with President Vargas.

January 29, 1943
United Kingdom
Trinidad
Overnight stop en route from Casablanca.

April 20, 1943
Mexico
Monterrey
Part of an exchange of visits with President Avila across the border.

August 17-25, 1943
Canada
Guebec, Ottawa
Attended First Quebec Conference with British Prime Minister Churchill.

November 20, 1943
France
Oran (Algeria)
Disembarked en route to Cairo.

November 22-21, 1943
Tunisia
Tunis
Overnight stop en route to Cairo.

November 22-26, 1943
Egypt
Cairo
Attended First Cairo Conference with British Prime Minister Churchill and Chinese Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek.

November 27-December 2, 1943
Iran
Tehran
Attended Tehran Conference with Soviet Premier Stalin and British Prime Minister Churchill.

December 2-7, 1943
Egypt
Cairo
Attended Second Cairo Conference with British Prime Minister Churchill and Turkish President Inonu.

December 7-9, 1943
Tunisia
Tunis
Conferred with General Eisenhower.

December 8, 1943
United Kingdom
Malta
Visited Allied military installations.

December 8, 1943
Italy
Castel Ventrano (Sicily)
Visited Allied military installations.

December 9, 1943
France
Dakar (Senegal)
Re-embarked for the U.S.

September 11-16, 1944
Canada
Quebec
Attended Second Quebec Conference with British Prime Minister Churchill.

February 2, 1945
United Kingdom
Malta
Attended Malta Conference with Prime Minister Churchill.

February 3-12, 1945
U.S.S.R.
Yalta
Attended Yalta Conference with Soviet Premier Stalin and British Prime Minister Churchill.

February 13-15, 1945
Egypt
Great Bitter Lake, Suez Canal, Alexandria
Met with King Farouk, Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie, Saudi Arabian King Ibn Saud, and British Prime Minister Churchill.

February 18, 1945
France
Algiers (Algeria)
Briefed U.S. Ambassadors to the United Kingdom, France, and Italy on the Yalta Conference.


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