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961. Mai. "We had lunch at Diefenbaker’s house and he insisted on telling all these Churchill stories in accent and calling him “old Winston” or “the old boy” or something." - Jacqueline Kennedy on John Diefenbaker during the first couple’s official visit to Canada

Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th Birthday - Her Life In Pictures

<p>John Diefenbaker, Prime Minister of Canada, receives the first ever phone call to Ottawa from the Queen. She was inaugurating CANTAT (Canadian Trans-Atlantic Telephone). (PA Archive)</p>

President and Mrs. John Kennedy; Prime Minister and Mrs. John Diefenbaker stand during playing of the National Anthem, shortly following the Chief Executive's arrival here May 16. In the back is Group Captain C.H. Mussells. | Location: Uplands, Canada. Date Photographed:16 May 1961


Commonwealth leaders meet in London 1960. Left to right: Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, Sir Roy Welensky; India, Jawaharlal Nehru; Harold MacMillan, United Kingdom; Queen Elizabeth II; Pakistan, Ayub Khan; Canada, John Diefenbaker; Ghana, Kwame Nkrumah; Australia, Robert Menzies; South Africa, Eric Louw (Minister of External Affairs).

Diefenbaker’s Foreign Policy

The Chief: former prime minister John Diefenbaker - when he was on the campaign trail in the fifties.

U.S. president John F Kennedy and Canadian prime minister John Diefenbaker ~ Ottawa, May 1961


John Diefenbaker at a meeting of party leaders regarding the flag debate, Ottawa, Ontario, August 18, 1964.


The Prime Ministers of Canada - John Diefenbaker Thirteenth Prime Minister of Canada Born: September 18, 1895 Neustadt ON Died: August 16, 1979 (Buried: Saskatoon, SK) Educated: University of Saskatchewan Private Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Progressive Conservative Term of Office: June 21, 1957 - April 22, 1963