Allied leaders - Lieutenant General Guy Granville Simonds (April 23, 1903 – May 15, 1974) was a Canadian Army officer who commanded the II Canadian Corps during World War II. He served as acting commander of the First Canadian Army, leading the Allied forces to victory in the Battle of the Scheldt in 1944. In 1951 he was appointed Chief of the General Staff, the most senior member of the Canadian Army.
Lieutenant-Colonel Colin Campbell Mitchell (1925 - 1996) was a British Army lieutenant-colonel and politician. He became famous in July 1967 when he led a force accompanied by 15 regimental bagpipers of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders in the British reoccupation of the Crater district of Aden. Mitchell became widely known as "Mad Mitch". His reoccupation of the Crater became known as "The Last Battle of the British Empire".
Heinz Wilhelm Guderian June May was a military theorist and innovative General of the German Army during the Second World. He was the architect of armoured warfare/blitzkreig tactics. Truly one of the greatest captains of history.
Evil Nazis Hermann Goering A veteran, the Reichsmarschall was head of the luftwaffe, and the founder of the gestapo. After the fall of France he stole millions of pounds worth of art from Jews, and amassed a personal fortune.
General Omar Bradley, 1948 Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett
Omar Bradley was born on February 12, 1893, in Clark, Missouri. In 1915, he graduated from West Point. Under General George S. Patton, he captured Bizerte, Tunisia in 1943, which led to the surrender of more than 250,000 Axis troops. As a commander in World War II, he planned and participated in the Normandy Invasion. In 1949, he was named the first chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.