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m4a1-shermayne: “ Churchill and other members of the brass including Bernard Montgomery cross the Rhine on a LVT, 1945. ”

The Prime Minister Winston Churchill crosses the River Rhine to the east bank, south of Wesel, in an American Landing Craft Vehicle Personnel (or Higgins boat) with Field Marshal Sir Bernard Montgomery, Field Marshal Sir Alan Brooke and US General William Simpson on 25 March 1945.

Major General Jacques Philippe Leclerc, commander of the French 2nd Armored Division, on the Boulevard du Montparnasse in Paris on the day of liberation, August 25, 1944.

Winston Churchill watching air activity with other senior officers above General Sir Bernard Montgomery’s headquarters, 12 June 1944. Left to right: Lieutenant-General Sir Richard O’Connor, commanding VIII Corps; Churchill; Field Marshal Jan Smuts; Montgomery; Field Marshal Sir Alan Brooke, Chief of the Imperial General Staff.

German aircraft Bv 222 V-2 Viking, captured by the Americans in Trondheim, Norway 1945

D-Day, June 1944 June 1944. Normandy, France. The Daniel Boone was the first American Red Cross clubmobile to land in Normandy, France, following D-Day and saw action all the way through Austria. This scene shows the clubmobile landing with invasion troops on the Normandy Beach.

Trains de munitions ont été les objectifs spéciaux pour le U.S. 8th USAAF. Dans cette photo un wagon chargé de munitions est frappé, explose et est consommé dans les flammes si intenses, qu'ils ont brûlé le camouflage du dessous du Bombardier attaquant.