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Lieutenant General Bernard Montgomery, King Petar II of Yugoslavia, and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in Britain, 1944

[Photo] Lieutenant General Bernard Montgomery, King Petar II of Yugoslavia, and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in Britain, 1944

[Photo] Lieutenant General Bernard Montgomery, King Petar II of Yugoslavia, and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in Britain, 1944

An alfresco lunch taken by British Prime Minister Winston Churchill together with General Sir Bernard Montgomery and other senior officers of the Eighth Army during Churchill's visit to Tripoli.

An alfresco lunch taken by British Prime Minister Winston Churchill together with General Sir Bernard Montgomery and other senior officers of the Eighth Army during Churchill's visit to Tripoli.

Winston Churchill with Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany. The Kaiser was a grandson of Queen Victoria. Those WWI royals were all related!

Winston Churchill with Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany

A young Winston Churchill attending German Army maneuvers with Kaiser Wilhelm II, The Kaiser was a grandson of Queen Victoria. Those WWI royals were all related!

Winston Churchill, Harry Truman, and Joseph Stalin at the Potsdam Conference, Germany, 23 Jul 1945

[Photo] Winston Churchill, Harry Truman, and Joseph Stalin at the Potsdam Conference, Germany, 23 Jul 1945

Winston Churchill with General Montgomery near the Rhine river in Germany during an advance by Allied troops on March 23, 1945. Winston Churchill did not tell Parliament of all the events in Normandy until midday on June 6, 1944. "What a plan!" he said, "This vast operation is undoubtedly the most complicated and difficult that has ever taken place."

Putin appears isolated as Western leaders gather in Normandy

Winston Churchill with General Montgomery near the Rhine river in Germany during an advance by Allied troops on March 23, 1945. Winston Churchill did not tell Parliament of all the events in Normandy until midday on June 6, 1944. "What a plan!" he said, "This vast operation is undoubtedly the most complicated and difficult that has ever taken place."

Фотограф британского военного министерства. Маршалы Советского Союза Г. Жуков и К. Рокосовский, генерал-фельдмаршал Б. Монтгомери. Берлин, июль 1945 Фото предоставлено музеем "Дом Метенкова" (Екатеринбург)

British Field Marshal Sir Bernard "Monty" Montgomery November 1887 - 24 March decorates Soviet generals at the Hindenburg Platz near Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany, 12 July 1945

Winston Churchill, looking especially puckish, and Canadian PM William Lyon Mackenzie King stand behind U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt and Canada’s Governor-General, the Earl of Athlone, at a photo opp during the first Quebec Conference on Aug. 18, 1943. Among other things, the leaders agreed in principle to launch the invasion of France the following May (D-Day finally came on June 6, 1944).

William Lyon Mackenzie King with American President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, British Major General Alexander Cambridge, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in Quebec City in

Pres. Harry Truman Walking Arm-In-Arm with British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, Blair House

Harry Truman Walking Arm-In-Arm with British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, Blair House Photographic Print

Winston Churchill, recovering from a bout of pneumonia, with General Eisenhower (left), General Sir Henry Maitland-Wilson (right) and other miltary chiefs, 25 December 1943.

Winston Churchill, recovering from a bout of pneumonia, with General Eisenhower (left), General Sir Henry Maitland-Wilson (right) and other miltary chiefs, 25 December

1945- Allied leaders prepare to drink a toast after USSR Marshal Dmitri Zhukov decorates British Field Marshall Bernard Montgomery with the Russian Order of Victory at Frankfurt Am Main, Germany. L-R: Field Marshall Sir Bernard Montgomery, General Dwight Eisenhower and Marshal Gregor Zhukov.

1945- Allied leaders prepare to drink a toast after USSR Marshal Dmitri Zhukov decorates British Field Marshall Bernard Montgomery with the Russian Order of Victory at Frankfurt Am Main, Germany. L-R: Field Marshall Sir Bernard Montgomery, General Dwight Eisenhower and Marshal Gregor Zhukov.

Winston Churchill and Randolph Churchill

Winston Churchill and Randolph Churchill

Churchill and Monty

Ticket prices for adults, children, families, concessions and members for entry into Churchill War Rooms.

Neville Chamberlain 18 March 1869 – 9 Nov 1940) was a British Conservative politician who served as Prime Minister of the UK from May 1937 to May 1940. He is best known for his appeasement foreign policy, & particularly for his signing of the Munich Agreement in 1938, conceding the Sudetenland region of Czechoslovakia to Germany. After Hitler continued his aggression by invading Poland, Britain declared war on Germany on 3 Sept 1939

Neville Chamberlain 18 March 1869 – 9 Nov was a British Conservative politician who served as Prime Minister of the UK from May 1937 to May

General Montgomery, with Yugoslavia's King Peter II and Sir Winston Churchill in 1941

King Peter II while in England heading the Yugoslav government in exile, with Gen. Montgomery, left, and the indomitable Winston Churchill.

26 February 1944. Left to right: Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Tedder, General Dwight D Eisenhower and General Sir Bernard Montgomery.

Supreme Allied Commander General Dwight Eisenhower with Deputy Commander Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Tedder and Commander-in-Chief of the British Armies General Bernard Montgomery watching pre-Normandy invasion manoeuvres - February 1944

1956 Photo British Prime Minister Winston Churchill  | eBay

1956 Photo British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and wife Clementine

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