Churchill - Ike - Monty 1945

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    River Rhine, Germany.

    Winston Churchill leaving YMCA building with a priest. Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, Field Marshal Lord Alanbrooke and several other officers behind. Churchill and Monty talking to priest.

    Various shots of Churchill talking to American General Dwight Eisenhower. Field Marshal Lord Alanbrooke talking to American General Bradley.

    Various shots of Field Marshal Montgomery, General Eisenhower and several other officers on balcony looking at the river Rhine, talking.

    Winston Churchill and General Bradley in amphibian craft crossing the river. Smoke screen surging across field. Field Marshal Montgomery looking through binoculars, Winston Churchill standing next to him. Several shots of Churchill, Monty and several other officers inspecting bombed bridge.

    Churchill with Monty in front of caravan, chatting, posing for camera. Various shots of Churchill, Alanbrooke, Monty and several other officers walking around the area, looking through binoculars etc. More shots of them inspecting the area.

    Various shots of mass of planes flying overhead in various formations - mostly bombers. Troops advancing across countryside. Planes flying overhead. Troops on the river bank, amphibious vehicles entering water and crossing the river.

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    Film ID:
    2111.04
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    00:08:32:00
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    01:25:56:00 / 01:34:28:00
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    UN 1010 C
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