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King George VI of the United Kingdom and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery in a Jeep in the Netherlands, 12 Oct 1944.King George VI of the United Kingdom watching Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery demonstrating ground control of Typhoon aircraft from the back of a tank in the Netherlands, 12 Oct 1944.
King George VI of the United Kingdom and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery in a Jeep in the Netherlands, 12 Oct 1944.King George VI of the United Kingdom watching Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery demonstrating ground control of Typhoon aircraft from the back of a tank in the Netherlands, 12 Oct 1944.
As General Neil Ritchie and King George VI of the United Kingdom complete their review of an Army honor guard, they themselves are reviewed by a Dutch family near Nijmegen, Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944.British General Brian Horrocks (left) and King George VI of the United Kingdom meeting with the men of the American 82nd Airborne Division who captured the bridges at Grave and Nijmegen during Market Garden.
As General Neil Ritchie and King George VI of the United Kingdom complete their review of an Army honor guard, they themselves are reviewed by a Dutch family near Nijmegen, Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944.British General Brian Horrocks (left) and King George VI of the United Kingdom meeting with the men of the American 82nd Airborne Division who captured the bridges at Grave and Nijmegen during Market Garden.
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, King George VI of the United Kingdom, and General Miles Dempsey with some of Dempsey’s staff in Holland, 13 Oct 1944.General Neil Ritchie walking with King George VI of the United Kingdom at Ritchie’s Twelfth Corps headquarters in the Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944.
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, King George VI of the United Kingdom, and General Miles Dempsey with some of Dempsey’s staff in Holland, 13 Oct 1944.General Neil Ritchie walking with King George VI of the United Kingdom at Ritchie’s Twelfth Corps headquarters in the Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944.
King George VI of the United Kingdom reviewing a British Army honor guard near Nijmegen, Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944.King George VI of the United Kingdom, General Miles Dempsey, and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery leaving Dempsey’s headquarters in the Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944.
King George VI of the United Kingdom reviewing a British Army honor guard near Nijmegen, Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944.King George VI of the United Kingdom, General Miles Dempsey, and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery leaving Dempsey’s headquarters in the Netherlands, 13 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 and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s headquarters in the Netherlands, 15 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 and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s headquarters in the Netherlands, 15 Oct 1944.
King George VI of the United Kingdom and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery leaving church services in Eindhoven, Netherlands, 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.
King George VI of the United Kingdom and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery leaving church services in Eindhoven, Netherlands, 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.
King George VI of the United Kingdom, Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, and Montgomery’s fox terrier puppy named “Hitler” at Montgomery’s headquarters in the Netherlands, 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.
King George VI of the United Kingdom, Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, and Montgomery’s fox terrier puppy named “Hitler” at Montgomery’s headquarters in the Netherlands, 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.
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.
Machine gunners of the 1st Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, firing the Vickers machine gun in support of the 6th Royal Scots Fusiliers between Meijel and Liessel, Netherlands, 1 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.
Machine gunners of the 1st Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, firing the Vickers machine gun in support of the 6th Royal Scots Fusiliers between Meijel and Liessel, Netherlands, 1 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.
Supreme Allied Commander Dwight Eisenhower meeting with Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s headquarters in Belgium, 30 Nov 1944.Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery making his first visit onto German soil in the village of Hillensberg, 3 Dec 1944. Note the censor’s cropping marks on the photograph.
Supreme Allied Commander Dwight Eisenhower meeting with Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s headquarters in Belgium, 30 Nov 1944.Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery making his first visit onto German soil in the village of Hillensberg, 3 Dec 1944. Note the censor’s cropping marks on the photograph.

113 items in this album on 6 pages.

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