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General Bernard Montgomery relaxing with his traveling companions, a fox terrier puppy named “Hitler” and a spaniel puppy named “Rommel,” at his headquarters at Blay, Normandy, France, 6 Jul 1944.Bernard Montgomery bestowing the British Distinguished Service Order on Maxwell Taylor of the American 101st Airborne Division, Blay, Normandy, France, 7 Jul 1944.
General Bernard Montgomery relaxing with his traveling companions, a fox terrier puppy named “Hitler” and a spaniel puppy named “Rommel,” at his headquarters at Blay, Normandy, France, 6 Jul 1944.Bernard Montgomery bestowing the British Distinguished Service Order on Maxwell Taylor of the American 101st Airborne Division, Blay, Normandy, France, 7 Jul 1944.
Generals George Patton, Omar Bradley, and Bernard Montgomery meeting at Montgomery’s headquarters at Blay, Normandy, France, 7 Jul 1944. Patton and Montgomery seem to be enjoying a tense laugh.A delegation of high-ranking Soviet officers visiting General Montgomery’s headquarters at Blay, Normandy, France, 26 Jul 1944.
Generals George Patton, Omar Bradley, and Bernard Montgomery meeting at Montgomery’s headquarters at Blay, Normandy, France, 7 Jul 1944. Patton and Montgomery seem to be enjoying a tense laugh.A delegation of high-ranking Soviet officers visiting General Montgomery’s headquarters at Blay, Normandy, France, 26 Jul 1944.
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill sharing a relaxing moment with General Bernard Montgomery’s spaniel puppy “Rommel” at Montgomery’s headquarters at Blay, Normandy, France, 7 Aug 1944.British Air Chief Marshal Arthur Tedder, General Bernard Montgomery, American Lieutenant General Carl Spaatz, and Major General Ralph Royce meeting at Montgomery’s headquarters in Blay, Normandy, France, 15 Aug 1944.
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill sharing a relaxing moment with General Bernard Montgomery’s spaniel puppy “Rommel” at Montgomery’s headquarters at Blay, Normandy, France, 7 Aug 1944.British Air Chief Marshal Arthur Tedder, General Bernard Montgomery, American Lieutenant General Carl Spaatz, and Major General Ralph Royce meeting at Montgomery’s headquarters in Blay, Normandy, France, 15 Aug 1944.
Lord Louis Mountbatten visiting General Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s mobile headquarters in Blay, Normandy, France, 18 Aug 1944.General Bernard Montgomery and Foreign Secretary Sir Anthony Eden at Montgomery’s mobile headquarters in Blay, Normandy, France, 21 Aug 1944.
Lord Louis Mountbatten visiting General Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s mobile headquarters in Blay, Normandy, France, 18 Aug 1944.General Bernard Montgomery and Foreign Secretary Sir Anthony Eden at Montgomery’s mobile headquarters in Blay, Normandy, France, 21 Aug 1944.
General Bernard Montgomery and Reverend H.L. Hughes, Deputy Chaplain General, inspecting a mobile church newly arrived in France, Blay, Normandy, France, 28 Aug 1944.Generals Dwight Eisenhower and Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s mobile headquarters in Blay, Normandy, France, 28 Aug 1944.
General Bernard Montgomery and Reverend H.L. Hughes, Deputy Chaplain General, inspecting a mobile church newly arrived in France, Blay, Normandy, France, 28 Aug 1944.Generals Dwight Eisenhower and Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s mobile headquarters in Blay, Normandy, France, 28 Aug 1944.
Prince Felix of Luxembourg, General Bernard Montgomery, French Colonel Candeau, and Brigadier General Christopher Peto at 21st Army Group headquarters at Blay, Normandy, France, 1 Sep 1944.
Prince Felix of Luxembourg, General Bernard Montgomery, French Colonel Candeau, and Brigadier General Christopher Peto at 21st Army Group headquarters at Blay, Normandy, France, 1 Sep 1944.


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