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Konstantin Rokossovsky and other officers inspected captured German equipment, Russia, 10 Dec 1941Joseph Stalin with Aleksandr Vasilevsky and Konstantin Rokossovsky at Lenin
Konstantin Rokossovsky and other officers inspected captured German equipment, Russia, 10 Dec 1941Joseph Stalin with Aleksandr Vasilevsky and Konstantin Rokossovsky at Lenin's Mausoleum, Moscow, Russia, date unknown
Russian General Rokossovsky speaking to German Field Marshal Paulus after PaulusRokossovsky and Zhukov on parade, Moscow, Russia, 1945
Russian General Rokossovsky speaking to German Field Marshal Paulus after Paulus' surrender at Stalingrad, Russia, circa early Feb 1943Rokossovsky and Zhukov on parade, Moscow, Russia, 1945
British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery stands to propose a toast during a dinner at the headquarters of Soviet General Konstantin Rokossovsky in Wismar, Germany, 7 May 1945.British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, left, and Soviet General Konstantin Rokossovsky, right, during a visit to Rokossovsky’s headquarters in Wismar, Germany, 7 May 1945.
British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery stands to propose a toast during a dinner at the headquarters of Soviet General Konstantin Rokossovsky in Wismar, Germany, 7 May 1945.British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, left, and Soviet General Konstantin Rokossovsky, right, during a visit to Rokossovsky’s headquarters in Wismar, Germany, 7 May 1945.
British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, right, and Soviet General Konstantin Rokossovsky, center, talk through their translators during a visit to Rokossovsky’s headquarters in Wismar, Germany, 7 May 1945.Soviet General Konstantin Rokossovsky, left, greeting British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, right, during a visit to Rokossovsky’s headquarters in Wismar, Germany, 7 May 1945.
British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, right, and Soviet General Konstantin Rokossovsky, center, talk through their translators during a visit to Rokossovsky’s headquarters in Wismar, Germany, 7 May 1945.Soviet General Konstantin Rokossovsky, left, greeting British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, right, during a visit to Rokossovsky’s headquarters in Wismar, Germany, 7 May 1945.
Bernard Montgomery awarding Konstantin Rokossovsky Knight Commander of the British Empire, Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany, 12 Jul 1945Georgi Zhukov, Konstantin Rokossovsky, and other Soviet officers greeting Bernard Montgomery and other British officers at the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany, 12 Jul 1945
Bernard Montgomery awarding Konstantin Rokossovsky Knight Commander of the British Empire, Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany, 12 Jul 1945Georgi Zhukov, Konstantin Rokossovsky, and other Soviet officers greeting Bernard Montgomery and other British officers at the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany, 12 Jul 1945
Georgy Zhukov, Bernard Montgomery, Konstantin Rokossovsky, and Vasily Sokolovsky (rear row, between Montgomery and Rokossovsky) in Berlin, Germany, 12 Jul 1945; note Brandenburg Gate in backgroundKonstantin Rokossovsky, Bernard Montgomery, and Georgy Zhukov reviewing a parade at Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany, 12 Jul 1945
Georgy Zhukov, Bernard Montgomery, Konstantin Rokossovsky, and Vasily Sokolovsky (rear row, between Montgomery and Rokossovsky) in Berlin, Germany, 12 Jul 1945; note Brandenburg Gate in backgroundKonstantin Rokossovsky, Bernard Montgomery, and Georgy Zhukov reviewing a parade at Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany, 12 Jul 1945
Lewis Lyne, Bernard Montgomery, Georgy Zhukov, Vasily Sokolovsky, and Konstantin Rokossovsky on the parade reviewing stand at Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany, 12 Jul 1945
Lewis Lyne, Bernard Montgomery, Georgy Zhukov, Vasily Sokolovsky, and Konstantin Rokossovsky on the parade reviewing stand at Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany, 12 Jul 1945
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