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King George VI aboard USS Ancon accompanied by US officers Rear Admiral John Hall, Jr. and Commander Mead Pearson, 25 May 1944US Navy Rear Admiral Alan G Kirk introducing his staff to King George VI of the United Kingdom, Portland, England, 25 May 1944. Admiral Kirk was in command of all US Naval forces for the Normandy landings.
King George VI aboard USS Ancon accompanied by US officers Rear Admiral John Hall, Jr. and Commander Mead Pearson, 25 May 1944US Navy Rear Admiral Alan G Kirk introducing his staff to King George VI of the United Kingdom, Portland, England, 25 May 1944. Admiral Kirk was in command of all US Naval forces for the Normandy landings.
Following a presentation of medals, Royal Navy Admiral Sir Bertram Ramsay, King George VI of the United Kingdom, and General Bernard Montgomery pause briefly, 16 Jun 1944, Château de Cruelly, France.General Bernard Montgomery and King George VI of the United Kingdom as the king came ashore at Graye-sur-Mer, Normandy, France, 16 Jun 1944.
Following a presentation of medals, Royal Navy Admiral Sir Bertram Ramsay, King George VI of the United Kingdom, and General Bernard Montgomery pause briefly, 16 Jun 1944, Château de Cruelly, France.General Bernard Montgomery and King George VI of the United Kingdom as the king came ashore at Graye-sur-Mer, Normandy, France, 16 Jun 1944.
General Sir Miles Dempsey, King George VI of the United Kingdom, and General Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s headquarters at Château de Cruelly, Normandy, France, 16 Jun 1944.Princess Elizabeth, King George VI, and Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom and LtGen Jimmy Doolittle beside the B-17G ‘Rose of York’ after the bomber’s christening in honor of the Princess, RAF Thurleigh, 6 Jul 1944
General Sir Miles Dempsey, King George VI of the United Kingdom, and General Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s headquarters at Château de Cruelly, Normandy, France, 16 Jun 1944.Princess Elizabeth, King George VI, and Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom and LtGen Jimmy Doolittle beside the B-17G ‘Rose of York’ after the bomber’s christening in honor of the Princess, RAF Thurleigh, 6 Jul 1944
King George VI inspecting troops at Perugia, central Italy with Oliver Leese and Richard McCreery, 25 Jul 1944King George VI of the United Kingdom knighting Oliver Leese in the field, Italy, 26 Jul 1944
King George VI inspecting troops at Perugia, central Italy with Oliver Leese and Richard McCreery, 25 Jul 1944King George VI of the United Kingdom knighting Oliver Leese in the field, Italy, 26 Jul 1944
Bernard Montgomery and King George VI in the Netherlands, 12 Oct 1944Field Marshal Sir Bernard Montgomery, commander of the 21st Army Group, and Air Vice Marshal Harry Broadhurst welcoming King George VI of the United Kingdom upon the king’s arrival in Holland, 12 Oct 1944.
Bernard Montgomery and King George VI in the Netherlands, 12 Oct 1944Field Marshal Sir Bernard Montgomery, commander of the 21st Army Group, and Air Vice Marshal Harry Broadhurst welcoming King George VI of the United Kingdom upon the king’s arrival in Holland, 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.
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 with Bernard Montgomery at the headquarters of British 21st Army Group, the Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944, photo 1 of 2King George VI with Bernard Montgomery at the headquarters of British 21st Army Group, the Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944, photo 2 of 2
King George VI with Bernard Montgomery at the headquarters of British 21st Army Group, the Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944, photo 1 of 2King George VI with Bernard Montgomery at the headquarters of British 21st Army Group, the Netherlands, 13 Oct 1944, photo 2 of 2

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