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Marshal Foch, Cologne, 17 May 1919

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100 YEARS AGO TODAY:  Visit of Marshal Ferdinand Foch, the Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces, to Cologne, 17 May 1919. General William Robertson, the C-in-C of the British Army of the Rhine, waiting on the river Rhine embankment for the arrival of Marshal Ferdinand Foch, the Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces, in the steamer "Bismarck", which is seen approaching.  Marshal Foch and General William Robertson, the C-in-C of the British Army of the Rhine, going to inspect the Guard of Honour of the Durham Light Infantry.  Group photograph of Marshal Foch, General Robertson and their Staff. Front row, left to right: General Alexander Godley, the Commander of the 2nd Corps; General Maxime Weygand; General William Robertson, the C-in-C of the British Army of the Rhine; Marshal Foch; unknown; unknown. Second from the right in the back row is General Aylmer Haldane, the Commander of the 6th Corps, 17 May 1919.

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