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Men of the UK 15th Scottish Division leaving their assault craft after crossing the Rhine River near Xanten, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, 24 Mar 1945Men of the UK 1st Cheshire Regiment crossing the Rhine River with Buffalo tracked landing vehicles at Wesel, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, 24 Mar 1945After crossing the Rhine, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill walking along the river’s eastern bank, 25 Mar 1945. Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery and some American generals can be seen in the background.American troops crossing the Rhine under fire at Sankt Goar, Germany, late Mar 1945
Men of the UK 15th Scottish Division leaving their assault craft after crossing the Rhine River near Xanten, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, 24 Mar 1945Men of the UK 1st Cheshire Regiment crossing the Rhine River with Buffalo tracked landing vehicles at Wesel, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, 24 Mar 1945After crossing the Rhine, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill walking along the river’s eastern bank, 25 Mar 1945. Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery and some American generals can be seen in the background.American troops crossing the Rhine under fire at Sankt Goar, Germany, late Mar 1945
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Supreme Allied Commander Dwight Eisenhower in conversation at the American XVI Corps headquarters, 25 Mar 1945. Note M8 Greyhound in background.British Prime Minister Winston Churchill looking over the Rhine River from the ruins of the west end of the bridge at Wesel, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, circa 25 Mar 1945Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and other high-ranking officers crossing the Rhine south of Wesel in an LCVP, 25 Mar 1945. Note Churchill talking with the coxswain.Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, General Dwight Eisenhower, and General Omar Bradley examining a map on the side of a Jeep in Germany just west of the Rhine, 25 Mar 1945.
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Supreme Allied Commander Dwight Eisenhower in conversation at the American XVI Corps headquarters, 25 Mar 1945. Note M8 Greyhound in background.British Prime Minister Winston Churchill looking over the Rhine River from the ruins of the west end of the bridge at Wesel, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, circa 25 Mar 1945Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and other high-ranking officers crossing the Rhine south of Wesel in an LCVP, 25 Mar 1945. Note Churchill talking with the coxswain.Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, General Dwight Eisenhower, and General Omar Bradley examining a map on the side of a Jeep in Germany just west of the Rhine, 25 Mar 1945.
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, Major General Brian Horrocks, and Major R.P.P. Smyly examining a map on the hood (bonnet) of a staff car in the village of Marienbaum, Germany, 25 Mar 1945.Generals Matthew Ridgway of the US XVIII Airborne Corps, Miles Dempsey of the 2nd British Army, William Simpson of the US 9th Army, and Bernard Montgomery at Dempsey’s headquarters, 25 Mar 1945, discussing the recent crossing of the Rhine.George Patton speaking to US 3rd Army engineers, Germany, late Mar 1945Large group of German prisoners of war sitting together in a compound after being captured by the Western Allies, 25 Mar 1945
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, Major General Brian Horrocks, and Major R.P.P. Smyly examining a map on the hood (bonnet) of a staff car in the village of Marienbaum, Germany, 25 Mar 1945.Generals Matthew Ridgway of the US XVIII Airborne Corps, Miles Dempsey of the 2nd British Army, William Simpson of the US 9th Army, and Bernard Montgomery at Dempsey’s headquarters, 25 Mar 1945, discussing the recent crossing of the Rhine.George Patton speaking to US 3rd Army engineers, Germany, late Mar 1945Large group of German prisoners of war sitting together in a compound after being captured by the Western Allies, 25 Mar 1945
Winston Churchill and American generals on a balcony watching Allied vehicles crossing the Rhine River into Germany, 25 Mar 1945Winston Churchill on the east bank of the Rhine River, south of Wesel, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, 25 Mar 1945British Achilles tank destroyer on the east bank of the Rhine River, 26 Mar 1945; note abandoned gliders in backgroundBritish Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery with the men of 79th Armoured Division, 25 Mar 1945. General Miles Dempsey is at left.
Winston Churchill and American generals on a balcony watching Allied vehicles crossing the Rhine River into Germany, 25 Mar 1945Winston Churchill on the east bank of the Rhine River, south of Wesel, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, 25 Mar 1945British Achilles tank destroyer on the east bank of the Rhine River, 26 Mar 1945; note abandoned gliders in backgroundBritish Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery with the men of 79th Armoured Division, 25 Mar 1945. General Miles Dempsey is at left.
During their tour of the assault on the Rhine, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery stopped their Jeeps to allow troops to pass in troop carriers, 26 Mar 1945.Men of the British 5th Dorsetshire Regiment crossing the Rhine River into Germany in a Buffalo tracked landing vehicle, 28 Mar 1945Men of the UK 1st Commando Brigade manning two Vickers medium machine guns just east of the Rhine River outside of Wesel, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, between 24-31 Mar 1945Soldiers of 44th Division, US 7th Army fighting in Mannheim, Germany, 29 Mar 1945; note bazooka and M1 Garand rifles
During their tour of the assault on the Rhine, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery stopped their Jeeps to allow troops to pass in troop carriers, 26 Mar 1945.Men of the British 5th Dorsetshire Regiment crossing the Rhine River into Germany in a Buffalo tracked landing vehicle, 28 Mar 1945Men of the UK 1st Commando Brigade manning two Vickers medium machine guns just east of the Rhine River outside of Wesel, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, between 24-31 Mar 1945Soldiers of 44th Division, US 7th Army fighting in Mannheim, Germany, 29 Mar 1945; note bazooka and M1 Garand rifles

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