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Visits By Foreign Leaders in 1945

Visitor From Description Date
Prime Minister Mackenzie King Canada Discussed economic policies and the Canadian role in the United Nations with President Roosevelt. In the U.S. March 10–15. Also visited Williamsburg (Virginia). March 13–14, 1945
Governor General Earl of Athlone Canada Met with President Roosevelt in Washington. March 22–24, 1945
Prime Minister Mackenzie King Canada Led Canadian delegation to the United Nations Conference in San Francisco. April 25–June 26, 1945
Prime Minister Smuts South Africa Led South African delegation to the United Nations Conference in San Francisco. Arrived in U.S. April 18. April 25–June 26, 1945
Prime Minister Fraser New Zealand Led New Zealand delegation to the United Nations Conference in San Francisco. April 25–June 26, 1945
Prime Minister Al-Khouri Syria Led Syrian delegation to the United Nations Conference in San Francisco. April 25–June 26, 1945
Premier Soong China, Republic of Led Chinese delegation to the United Nations Conference in San Francisco. As Foreign Minister, had met with U.S. officials in Washington, April 17–23. April 26–June 14, 1945
Prime Minister Endalkachau Ethiopia Led Ethiopian delegation to the United Nations Conference in San Francisco. April 26–June 14, 1945
Regent Prince Abdul Ilah Iraq At invitation of the President. In U.S. May 25–June 27. Afterwards visited New York City, Princeton (New Jersey), the Grand Canyon (Arizona), Las Vegas (Nevada), Colorado Springs (Colorado), Lincoln (Nebraska), and Chicago. May 28–June 1, 1945
President de Gaulle France (Provisional Government) Afterwards visited New York City and Chicago. Departed U.S. August 28. August 22–25, 1945
President Rios Chile Official visit. In U.S. October 9–November 1. Afterward visited New York City, Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), Chicago, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. October 11–15, 1945
Prime Minister Attlee United Kingdom Informal discussions on international control of atomic energy. November 10–15, 1945
Prime Minister Mackenzie King Canada Informal discussions on international control of atomic energy. November 10–15, 1945