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.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, MathewsLieutenant General Guy Simonds inspecting II Canadian Corps in Meppen, Germany, 31 May 1945
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.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, MathewsLieutenant General Guy Simonds inspecting II Canadian Corps in Meppen, Germany, 31 May 1945
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