Lieutenant General Crerar looking at a map while sitting on the wing strut of a light observation plane, circa 1944Canadian officers enter Château de Rots, Normandy, France. Left to right they are Colonel Richard S Malone, Lt General Henry Crerar (Commander, 1st Canadian Army) and Major Austin.Lt General Henry Crerar, Commander of the 1st Canadian Army, arriving at a public relations camp in France, 1944. The officer of the back is Lt Col RS Malone.Lieutenant General Crerar, circa mid-1944
Lieutenant General Crerar looking at a map while sitting on the wing strut of a light observation plane, circa 1944Canadian officers enter Château de Rots, Normandy, France. Left to right they are Colonel Richard S Malone, Lt General Henry Crerar (Commander, 1st Canadian Army) and Major Austin.Lt General Henry Crerar, Commander of the 1st Canadian Army, arriving at a public relations camp in France, 1944. The officer of the back is Lt Col RS Malone.Lieutenant General Crerar, circa mid-1944
Portrait of General Crerar, circa late 1944Lt 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, MathewsHarry Truman presenting Distinguished Service Medals to Henry Crerar, Arthur Coningham, James Robb, and Francis Guingand, Frankfurt, Germany, 26 Jul 1945
Portrait of General Crerar, circa late 1944Lt 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, MathewsHarry Truman presenting Distinguished Service Medals to Henry Crerar, Arthur Coningham, James Robb, and Francis Guingand, Frankfurt, Germany, 26 Jul 1945
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