Arthur Coningham, Stanislaw Skalski, and Kazimierz Sosnkowski, 1943Harry Broadhurst, Arthur Coningham, Arthur Tedder, and Charles Portal at Vasto, Italy, date unknownArthur Coningham, Carl Spaatz, Arthur Tedder, and Laurence Kuter, Apr 1943Keith Park and Arthur Coningham in a MG roadster at Malta, Jun 1943
Arthur Coningham, Stanislaw Skalski, and Kazimierz Sosnkowski, 1943Harry Broadhurst, Arthur Coningham, Arthur Tedder, and Charles Portal at Vasto, Italy, date unknownArthur Coningham, Carl Spaatz, Arthur Tedder, and Laurence Kuter, Apr 1943Keith Park and Arthur Coningham in a MG roadster at Malta, Jun 1943
Bernard Montgomery and King George VI in the Netherlands, 12 Oct 1944King George VI of the United Kingdom and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s headquarters at Hamont-Achel, Belgium, 15 Oct 1944.Arthur Coningham, date unknownBernard Montgomery, Arthur Coningham, and Miles Dempsey in conversation, Walbeck, Germany, 22 Mar 1945
Bernard Montgomery and King George VI in the Netherlands, 12 Oct 1944King George VI of the United Kingdom and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s headquarters at Hamont-Achel, Belgium, 15 Oct 1944.Arthur Coningham, date unknownBernard Montgomery, Arthur Coningham, and Miles Dempsey in conversation, Walbeck, Germany, 22 Mar 1945
Arthur Coningham speaking with men and women of Air Formation Signals section of Headquarters Unit of 2nd Allied Tactical Air Force, Bad Eilsen, Germany, Germany, early Jul 1945Harry Truman presenting Distinguished Service Medals to Henry Crerar, Arthur Coningham, James Robb, and Francis Guingand, Frankfurt, Germany, 26 Jul 1945
Arthur Coningham speaking with men and women of Air Formation Signals section of Headquarters Unit of 2nd Allied Tactical Air Force, Bad Eilsen, Germany, Germany, early Jul 1945Harry Truman presenting Distinguished Service Medals to Henry Crerar, Arthur Coningham, James Robb, and Francis Guingand, Frankfurt, Germany, 26 Jul 1945
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