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Generals Bernard Montgomery, Miles Dempsey, and Omar Bradley at a meeting in the field in Port-en-Bessin, France during the Normandy campaign, 10 Jun 1944.Generals Omar Bradley and Miles Dempsey at a meeting in the field in Port-en-Bessin, France during the Normandy campaign, 10 Jun 1944.
Generals Bernard Montgomery, Miles Dempsey, and Omar Bradley at a meeting in the field in Port-en-Bessin, France during the Normandy campaign, 10 Jun 1944.Generals Omar Bradley and Miles Dempsey at a meeting in the field in Port-en-Bessin, France during the Normandy campaign, 10 Jun 1944.
The first meeting on French soil between Bernard Montgomery and generals Omar Bradley and Miles Dempsey, Normandy, France, 10 Jun 1944Lt General Miles Dempsey, Field Marshall Sir Alan Brooke, Winston Churchill, Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, Prime Minister Jan Christiaan Smuts of the Union of South Africa at Château de Creully, Normandy, France, Jun 12 1944.  Photo 2 of 2.
The first meeting on French soil between Bernard Montgomery and generals Omar Bradley and Miles Dempsey, Normandy, France, 10 Jun 1944Lt General Miles Dempsey, Field Marshall Sir Alan Brooke, Winston Churchill, Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, Prime Minister Jan Christiaan Smuts of the Union of South Africa at Château de Creully, Normandy, France, Jun 12 1944. Photo 2 of 2.
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.Generals Omar Bradley, Bernard Montgomery, and Miles Dempsey with Air-Marshal Trafford Leigh-Mallory in conference on the hood (bonnet) of Montgomery’s Humber Super Snipe staff car, near St. Lô, Normandy, France, 5 Aug 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.Generals Omar Bradley, Bernard Montgomery, and Miles Dempsey with Air-Marshal Trafford Leigh-Mallory in conference on the hood (bonnet) of Montgomery’s Humber Super Snipe staff car, near St. Lô, Normandy, France, 5 Aug 1944.
Generals Courtney Hodges, Henry (Harry) Crerar, Bernard Montgomery, Omar Bradley, and Miles Dempsey after a tactical meeting in a Normandy hayfield, 21 Aug 1944.Generals Miles Dempsey and Dwight Eisenhower in the back of a Jeep during a meeting at Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery’s headquarters in northern France, Sep 1944.
Generals Courtney Hodges, Henry (Harry) Crerar, Bernard Montgomery, Omar Bradley, and Miles Dempsey after a tactical meeting in a Normandy hayfield, 21 Aug 1944.Generals Miles Dempsey and Dwight Eisenhower in the back of a Jeep during a meeting at Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery’s headquarters in northern France, Sep 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.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.
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.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 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.Generals Miles Dempsey, Courtney Hodges, Bernard Montgomery, William Simpson, and Henry (Harry) Crerar during a field conference, 31 Dec 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.Generals Miles Dempsey, Courtney Hodges, Bernard Montgomery, William Simpson, and Henry (Harry) Crerar during a field conference, 31 Dec 1944.
Bernard Montgomery, Arthur Coningham, and Miles Dempsey in conversation, Walbeck, Germany, 22 Mar 1945Dempsey crossing the Rhine River into Germany aboard a small boat, 24-25 Mar 1945
Bernard Montgomery, Arthur Coningham, and Miles Dempsey in conversation, Walbeck, Germany, 22 Mar 1945Dempsey crossing the Rhine River into Germany aboard a small boat, 24-25 Mar 1945
Generals Matthew Ridgway of the 101st Airborne, Miles Dempsey of the 9th Army, William Simpson of the 9th Army, and Bernard Montgomery at Dempsey’s headquarters, 25 Mar 1945, planning their crossing of the Rhine.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.
Generals Matthew Ridgway of the 101st Airborne, Miles Dempsey of the 9th Army, William Simpson of the 9th Army, and Bernard Montgomery at Dempsey’s headquarters, 25 Mar 1945, planning their crossing of the Rhine.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.
Miles Dempsey, Omar Bradley, Bernard Montgomery, and William Simpson, 11 Apr 1945Generals Henry (Harry) Crerar and Miles Dempsey flank Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s headquarters at Lüneburg Heath, Germany, 10 May 1945.
Miles Dempsey, Omar Bradley, Bernard Montgomery, and William Simpson, 11 Apr 1945Generals Henry (Harry) Crerar and Miles Dempsey flank Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s headquarters at Lüneburg Heath, Germany, 10 May 1945.
General Miles Dempsey and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery at Dempsey’s 2nd Army headquarters, 16 Jul 1945.
General Miles Dempsey and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery at Dempsey’s 2nd Army headquarters, 16 Jul 1945.
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