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British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery with the men of 79th Armoured Division, 25 Mar 1945. General Miles Dempsey is at left.During their tour of the assault on the Rhine, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery stopped their Jeeps to allow troops to pass in troop carriers, 26 Mar 1945.
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery with the men of 79th Armoured Division, 25 Mar 1945. General Miles Dempsey is at left.During their tour of the assault on the Rhine, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery stopped their Jeeps to allow troops to pass in troop carriers, 26 Mar 1945.
Portrait of Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery in his signature flying coat, 4 Apr 1945.Miles Dempsey, Omar Bradley, Bernard Montgomery, and William Simpson, 11 Apr 1945
Portrait of Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery in his signature flying coat, 4 Apr 1945.Miles Dempsey, Omar Bradley, Bernard Montgomery, and William Simpson, 11 Apr 1945
Field Marshal Lord Archibald Wavell, Viceroy of India, and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery during a visit to Montgomery’s headquarters in Germany, 12 Apr 1945.A Comet tank of British 11th Armored Division outside the gate of the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp as British troops were first arriving at the camp, 15 Apr 1945.
Field Marshal Lord Archibald Wavell, Viceroy of India, and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery during a visit to Montgomery’s headquarters in Germany, 12 Apr 1945.A Comet tank of British 11th Armored Division outside the gate of the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp as British troops were first arriving at the camp, 15 Apr 1945.
The British Army entering the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp 15 Apr 1945 as German and Hungarian guards man the gate. On the right is a loudspeaker truck to inform inmates the camp was under British authority.A pile of rotting corpses at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, 17 Apr 1945. Note some camp buildings in the background.
The British Army entering the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp 15 Apr 1945 as German and Hungarian guards man the gate. On the right is a loudspeaker truck to inform inmates the camp was under British authority.A pile of rotting corpses at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, 17 Apr 1945. Note some camp buildings in the background.
Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp as seen from outside the wire, 17 Apr 1945.Emaciated Hungarian woman prisoner at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, 17 Apr 1945.
Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp as seen from outside the wire, 17 Apr 1945.Emaciated Hungarian woman prisoner at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, 17 Apr 1945.
Emaciated prisoners at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp huddled into a room, 17 Apr 1945.SS Hauptsturmfuhrer (captain) Josef Kramer, former Commandant of the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, while under arrest by British forces, 17 Apr 1945. After trial, he was hanged 13 Dec 1945.
Emaciated prisoners at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp huddled into a room, 17 Apr 1945.SS Hauptsturmfuhrer (captain) Josef Kramer, former Commandant of the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, while under arrest by British forces, 17 Apr 1945. After trial, he was hanged 13 Dec 1945.
Two women prisoners at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, 17 Apr 1945.Women and children, former inmates of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, huddled together in a large room after liberation, Germany, 17-18 Apr 1945
Two women prisoners at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, 17 Apr 1945.Women and children, former inmates of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, huddled together in a large room after liberation, Germany, 17-18 Apr 1945
Women prisoners at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp preparing food in the open air with scores of rotting corpses all around them, 17 Apr 1945 (food provided by the British). Photo 1 of 3.Women prisoners at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp preparing food in the open air with scores of rotting corpses all around them, 17 Apr 1945 (food provided by the British). Photo 2 of 3.
Women prisoners at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp preparing food in the open air with scores of rotting corpses all around them, 17 Apr 1945 (food provided by the British). Photo 1 of 3.Women prisoners at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp preparing food in the open air with scores of rotting corpses all around them, 17 Apr 1945 (food provided by the British). Photo 2 of 3.
Women prisoners at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp preparing food in the open air with scores of rotting corpses all around them, 17 Apr 1945 (food provided by the British). Photo 3 of 3.Stuart tank of the 3rd Royal Tank Regiment on the autobahn during the British Army’s approach to Lubeck in northern Germany, 2 May 1945.
Women prisoners at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp preparing food in the open air with scores of rotting corpses all around them, 17 Apr 1945 (food provided by the British). Photo 3 of 3.Stuart tank of the 3rd Royal Tank Regiment on the autobahn during the British Army’s approach to Lubeck in northern Germany, 2 May 1945.
British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery hosting a delegation of German officers at his headquarters at Lüneburg Heath, Germany to discuss surrender plans, 3 May 1945.British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery is the last to sign the documents of surrender as German General Eberhard Kinzel looks on at Montgomery’s headquarters at Lüneburg Heath, Germany, 4 May 1945.
British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery hosting a delegation of German officers at his headquarters at Lüneburg Heath, Germany to discuss surrender plans, 3 May 1945.British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery is the last to sign the documents of surrender as German General Eberhard Kinzel looks on at Montgomery’s headquarters at Lüneburg Heath, Germany, 4 May 1945.

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