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Johnny Henderson. During the Second World War, Johnny Henderson spent four years as aide de camp to one of Britain's most famous soldiers of the twentieth century, General Bernard Montgomery, popularly known as "Monty." Henderson's anecdotes, offered here, give a fascinating window on life with Monty, as well as those whom he came into contact with during the war years, including King George VI, Churchill, Eisenhower, Stalin, and the German surrender delegation. Drawing on his own unpublished private photograph albums and the photographic collections of the Imperial War Museum, Henderson relates his time with the irrepressible Monty, from the Western Desert to Berlin, in the form of a scrapbook. 178 pp.


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