CHURCHILL, WINSTON. Nine days after the Allied invasion of France, this official British press photograph of Churchill was taken. Churchill in dark clothing stands between Field Marshal Alan Brooke and General Bernard Law Montgomery at Montgomery's headquarters in France. South Africa's Prime Minister Jan Smuts stands last on the other side of Montgomery. The news service stamp on verso is Acme NewsPictures with the usual warnings of republication without crediting the news service. The photograph measures 7 x 9 inches and is in very good condition with one small break in the top border at the center not affecting the image. The attached press caption on aged and brittle paper has deteriorated into several readable pieces. "Talked out of accompanying the first wave of invaders to the shores of France, Prime Minister Winston Churchill visited the Allied beachhead in Normandy as soon as he possibly could." Credit for the photograph goes to "British Official Photo from Acme" with the date "6/15/44" above the words "official photo." .