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Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery and Major General Colin Muir Barber inspecting the 15th Scottish Division, 12 Dec 1944. At 6-feet, 9-inches, Barber was considered the tallest officer in the British Army.Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery recording his Christmas message to be broadcast in Britain on Christmas Eve, 18 Dec 1944.Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery and members of his staff stop on a Belgian road for a break, 27 Dec 1944. Note picnic set in trunk (boot) and the shadow of photographer Sgt John Morris.Generals Miles Dempsey, Courtney Hodges, Bernard Montgomery, William Simpson, and Henry (Harry) Crerar during a field conference, 31 Dec 1944.
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery and Major General Colin Muir Barber inspecting the 15th Scottish Division, 12 Dec 1944. At 6-feet, 9-inches, Barber was considered the tallest officer in the British Army.Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery recording his Christmas message to be broadcast in Britain on Christmas Eve, 18 Dec 1944.Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery and members of his staff stop on a Belgian road for a break, 27 Dec 1944. Note picnic set in trunk (boot) and the shadow of photographer Sgt John Morris.Generals Miles Dempsey, Courtney Hodges, Bernard Montgomery, William Simpson, and Henry (Harry) Crerar during a field conference, 31 Dec 1944.
Major General William Simpson and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery touring the city of Aachen, Germany, 31 Dec 1944. Ten weeks earlier, Aachen became the first city inside Germany to be occupied by the Allies.Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery (right) congratulating Victoria Cross recipient Sgt George Eardley, 2 Jan 1945. Sgt Eardley received the Victoria Cross for extreme heroism east of Overloon, Netherlands on 16 Oct 1944.Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery standing in a Jeep while addressing American troops in Devon, England, United Kingdom, 15 Jan 1945. The bare-headed soldiers suggest this was a worship or memorial service.Lt General Guy Granville Simonds, Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, and General Henry Crerar at Allied Headquarters, Feb 1945.
Major General William Simpson and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery touring the city of Aachen, Germany, 31 Dec 1944. Ten weeks earlier, Aachen became the first city inside Germany to be occupied by the Allies.Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery (right) congratulating Victoria Cross recipient Sgt George Eardley, 2 Jan 1945. Sgt Eardley received the Victoria Cross for extreme heroism east of Overloon, Netherlands on 16 Oct 1944.Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery standing in a Jeep while addressing American troops in Devon, England, United Kingdom, 15 Jan 1945. The bare-headed soldiers suggest this was a worship or memorial service.Lt General Guy Granville Simonds, Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, and General Henry Crerar at Allied Headquarters, Feb 1945.
Montgomery visiting Canadian troops in the Kleve-Goch sector, Germany, 26 Feb 1945; left to right: Vokes, Crerar, Montgomery, Horrocks, Simonds, Spry, MathewsBernard Montgomery, Arthur Coningham, and Miles Dempsey in conversation, Walbeck, Germany, 22 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.Chief of the Imperial General Staff Field Marshal Alan Brooke, Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, and Supreme Allied Commander Dwight Eisenhower during an outdoor lunch break, 25 Mar 1945.
Montgomery visiting Canadian troops in the Kleve-Goch sector, Germany, 26 Feb 1945; left to right: Vokes, Crerar, Montgomery, Horrocks, Simonds, Spry, MathewsBernard Montgomery, Arthur Coningham, and Miles Dempsey in conversation, Walbeck, Germany, 22 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.Chief of the Imperial General Staff Field Marshal Alan Brooke, Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, and Supreme Allied Commander Dwight Eisenhower during an outdoor lunch break, 25 Mar 1945.
Field 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 101st Airborne, Miles Dempsey of the 9th Army, William Simpson of the 9th Army, and Bernard Montgomery at Dempsey’s headquarters, 25 Mar 1945, planning their crossing of the Rhine.
Field 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 101st Airborne, Miles Dempsey of the 9th Army, William Simpson of the 9th Army, and Bernard Montgomery at Dempsey’s headquarters, 25 Mar 1945, planning their crossing of the Rhine.
British 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.Portrait of Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery in his signature flying coat, 4 Apr 1945.Miles Dempsey, Omar Bradley, Bernard Montgomery, and William Simpson, 11 Apr 1945
British 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.Portrait of Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery in his signature flying coat, 4 Apr 1945.Miles Dempsey, Omar Bradley, Bernard Montgomery, and William Simpson, 11 Apr 1945

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