56 items in this album on 3 pages.

M10 Wolverine tank destroyers of 75th Anti-Tank Regiment Royal Artillery of British 11th Armoured Division crossing a Bailey bridge over the Meuse-Escaut (Maas-Schelde) Canal at Lille St Hubert, Belgium, 20 Sep 1944Vickers machine guns of 2nd Middlesex Regiment, British 3rd Division firing in support of troops crossing the Meuse-Escaut (Maas-Schelde) Canal at Lille-St. Hubert, Belgium, 20 Sep 1944African-American US Army soldiers of 4185th Quartermaster Service Company unloading rations from a truck, Liege, Belgium, 1944Hodges at Verviers, Belgium, 2 Oct 1944
M10 Wolverine tank destroyers of 75th Anti-Tank Regiment Royal Artillery of British 11th Armoured Division crossing a Bailey bridge over the Meuse-Escaut (Maas-Schelde) Canal at Lille St Hubert, Belgium, 20 Sep 1944Vickers machine guns of 2nd Middlesex Regiment, British 3rd Division firing in support of troops crossing the Meuse-Escaut (Maas-Schelde) Canal at Lille-St. Hubert, Belgium, 20 Sep 1944African-American US Army soldiers of 4185th Quartermaster Service Company unloading rations from a truck, Liege, Belgium, 1944Hodges at Verviers, Belgium, 2 Oct 1944
King George VI of the United Kingdom and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s headquarters at Hamont-Achel, Belgium, 15 Oct 1944.King George VI of the United Kingdom knighting General Miles Dempsey, investing him as a Knight Commander in the Most Honourable Order of the Bath at Montgomery’s headquarters at Hamont-Achel, Belgium, 15 Oct 1944.Canadian General Guy Simonds, temporary commander of the First Canadian Army during Crerar’s illness, meeting with Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery in Belgium, 30 Oct 1944. Note the censor’s markings.Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery visiting the Lion’s Mound in Belgium, a memorial to the 1815 Battle of Waterloo. Montgomery is listening to a guide describing the movements of the armies during the battle, 30 Oct 1944.
King George VI of the United Kingdom and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s headquarters at Hamont-Achel, Belgium, 15 Oct 1944.King George VI of the United Kingdom knighting General Miles Dempsey, investing him as a Knight Commander in the Most Honourable Order of the Bath at Montgomery’s headquarters at Hamont-Achel, Belgium, 15 Oct 1944.Canadian General Guy Simonds, temporary commander of the First Canadian Army during Crerar’s illness, meeting with Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery in Belgium, 30 Oct 1944. Note the censor’s markings.Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery visiting the Lion’s Mound in Belgium, a memorial to the 1815 Battle of Waterloo. Montgomery is listening to a guide describing the movements of the armies during the battle, 30 Oct 1944.
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery being presented with an historic Belgian sword by Belgian aristocrats in recognition of Montgomery’s liberation of their country, Brussels, Belgium, 6 Nov 1944.P-38J Lightning aircraft of 370th Fighter Group, US 485th Fighter Squadron at the former Luftwaffe night fighter base at Florennes, Belgium, Oct-Dec 1944; note wrecked Me 210 aircraft in foregroundActress Marlene Dietrich autographing wounded American Earl E. McFarlandThe smoldering remains of a V-2 rocket attack, Teniers Square, Antwerp, Belgium, 27 Nov 1944
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery being presented with an historic Belgian sword by Belgian aristocrats in recognition of Montgomery’s liberation of their country, Brussels, Belgium, 6 Nov 1944.P-38J Lightning aircraft of 370th Fighter Group, US 485th Fighter Squadron at the former Luftwaffe night fighter base at Florennes, Belgium, Oct-Dec 1944; note wrecked Me 210 aircraft in foregroundActress Marlene Dietrich autographing wounded American Earl E. McFarland's cast, Belgium, 24 Nov 1944The smoldering remains of a V-2 rocket attack, Teniers Square, Antwerp, Belgium, 27 Nov 1944
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery using a Jeep as a platform to address the 7th Armoured Division (the “Desert Rats) at their headquarters at Bree, Belgium near the Dutch border, 30 Nov 1944.Sir John Anderson, Chancellor of the Exchequer (comparable to finance minister), meeting with Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s headquarters in Belgium, 4 Dec 1944.Dead American soldiers laying face down at a crossroad in Belgium, Dec 1944Two US Army African-American soldiers carrying the body of another American soldier near Malmédy, Belgium, circa 17 Dec 1944
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery using a Jeep as a platform to address the 7th Armoured Division (the “Desert Rats) at their headquarters at Bree, Belgium near the Dutch border, 30 Nov 1944.Sir John Anderson, Chancellor of the Exchequer (comparable to finance minister), meeting with Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s headquarters in Belgium, 4 Dec 1944.Dead American soldiers laying face down at a crossroad in Belgium, Dec 1944Two US Army African-American soldiers carrying the body of another American soldier near Malmédy, Belgium, circa 17 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.Brigadier General Anthony McAuliffe and Lieutenant Colonel Harry Kinnard II at Bastogne, Belgium, late Dec 1944US 5th Armored Regiment tankers gathering around a fire and opening Christmas presents, near Eupen, Belgium, 30 Dec 1944; note M4 Sherman tankWAAF Leading Aircraftwomen Ida Brown and Mary Jordan preparing prints for despatch in the sorting room of RAF Second Tactical Air Force Photographic Negative Library at Keerbergen, Belgium, 1945
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.Brigadier General Anthony McAuliffe and Lieutenant Colonel Harry Kinnard II at Bastogne, Belgium, late Dec 1944US 5th Armored Regiment tankers gathering around a fire and opening Christmas presents, near Eupen, Belgium, 30 Dec 1944; note M4 Sherman tankWAAF Leading Aircraftwomen Ida Brown and Mary Jordan preparing prints for despatch in the sorting room of RAF Second Tactical Air Force Photographic Negative Library at Keerbergen, Belgium, 1945

56 items in this album on 3 pages.



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