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Several significant conferences have been held in Washington D.C., United States:
- Washington Peace Conference: meeting of representatives of all states still in the Union in an attempt to avert the Civil War, 1861.
- Washington Naval Conference: meeting between representatives of 9 nations with interests in the Pacific; November, 1921 and February, 1922.
- First Washington Conference (code named ARCADIA): meeting between U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill from December, 1941 to January, 1942, to agree war strategy.
- Second Washington Conference: meeting between Roosevelt and Churchill in June 1942, that prioritised North African landings.
- Third Washington Conference (code named TRIDENT): meeting between Roosevelt and Churchill in May 1943, to plan the Italian Campaign, military force extent, a date for invading Europe and the war in Pacific.
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