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Georgi Zhukov, Konstantin Rokossovsky, and other Soviet officers greeting Bernard Montgomery and other British officers at the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany, 12 Jul 1945Georgy Zhukov, Bernard Montgomery, Konstantin Rokossovsky, and Vasily Sokolovsky (rear row, between Montgomery and Rokossovsky) in Berlin, Germany, 12 Jul 1945; note Brandenburg Gate in backgroundKonstantin Rokossovsky, Bernard Montgomery, and Georgy Zhukov reviewing a parade at Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany, 12 Jul 1945Lewis Lyne, Bernard Montgomery, Georgy Zhukov, Vasily Sokolovsky, and Konstantin Rokossovsky on the parade reviewing stand at Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany, 12 Jul 1945
Georgi Zhukov, Konstantin Rokossovsky, and other Soviet officers greeting Bernard Montgomery and other British officers at the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany, 12 Jul 1945Georgy Zhukov, Bernard Montgomery, Konstantin Rokossovsky, and Vasily Sokolovsky (rear row, between Montgomery and Rokossovsky) in Berlin, Germany, 12 Jul 1945; note Brandenburg Gate in backgroundKonstantin Rokossovsky, Bernard Montgomery, and Georgy Zhukov reviewing a parade at Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany, 12 Jul 1945Lewis Lyne, Bernard Montgomery, Georgy Zhukov, Vasily Sokolovsky, and Konstantin Rokossovsky on the parade reviewing stand at Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany, 12 Jul 1945
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery welcoming British Prime Minister Winston Churchill at Berlin-Gatow airfield, Germany, 15 Jul 1945General Miles Dempsey and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery at Dempsey’s 2nd Army headquarters, 16 Jul 1945.Bernard Montgomery, Winston Churchill, Harold Alexander, and Anthony Eden at the Charlottenberger Chausce reviewing stand during the Berlin victory parade, Germany, 21 Jul 1945British Prime Minister Winston Churchill visiting Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s headquarters at Lüneburg Heath, Germany, 21 Jul 1945.
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery welcoming British Prime Minister Winston Churchill at Berlin-Gatow airfield, Germany, 15 Jul 1945General Miles Dempsey and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery at Dempsey’s 2nd Army headquarters, 16 Jul 1945.Bernard Montgomery, Winston Churchill, Harold Alexander, and Anthony Eden at the Charlottenberger Chausce reviewing stand during the Berlin victory parade, Germany, 21 Jul 1945British Prime Minister Winston Churchill visiting Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s headquarters at Lüneburg Heath, Germany, 21 Jul 1945.
Portrait of Field Marshal Lord Montgomery of Alamein, 1945Portrait of Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery and his staff photographer Sgt. John Morris late in 1945. Note Montgomery’s signature. This photo was a gift to Morris and is still in his family.Portrait of MontgomeryMontgomery with Viceroy Wavell and Field Marshal Auchinleck at Viceregal Gardens, New Delhi, India, 17 Jun 1946
Portrait of Field Marshal Lord Montgomery of Alamein, 1945Portrait of Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery and his staff photographer Sgt. John Morris late in 1945. Note Montgomery’s signature. This photo was a gift to Morris and is still in his family.Portrait of MontgomeryMontgomery with Viceroy Wavell and Field Marshal Auchinleck at Viceregal Gardens, New Delhi, India, 17 Jun 1946
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery and General Dwight Eisenhower sharing a laugh at Fort Myer, Virginia, during Monty’s visit to the United States, 19 Sep 1946.Montgomery with Australian Military Board, Melbourne, Australia, 1947Churchill, Eisenhower, and Montgomery at a reunion of the British 8th Army, 19 Oct 1951
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery and General Dwight Eisenhower sharing a laugh at Fort Myer, Virginia, during Monty’s visit to the United States, 19 Sep 1946.Montgomery with Australian Military Board, Melbourne, Australia, 1947Churchill, Eisenhower, and Montgomery at a reunion of the British 8th Army, 19 Oct 1951

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