Prince Felix of Luxembourg, General Bernard Montgomery, French Colonel Candeau, and Brigadier General Christopher Peto at 21st Army Group headquarters at Blay, Normandy, France, 1 Sep 1944.

Caption   Prince Felix of Luxembourg, General Bernard Montgomery, French Colonel Candeau, and Brigadier General Christopher Peto at 21st Army Group headquarters at Blay, Normandy, France, 1 Sep 1944. ww2dbase
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Source    ww2dbaseImperial War Museum
Identification Code   B9886
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 3 Dec 2019

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Licensing  Crown Copyright / Public Domain. According to the Crown Copyright laws of the United Kingdom, copyright protection has expired for photographs created prior to 1 Jun 1957.



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WW2-Era Place Name Blay, Normandy, France
Lat/Long 49.2887, -0.5445


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