Alexander, Earl of Athlone, Governor General of Canada, with three WW2 leaders, August 1943.   Left to right: William Mackenzie King, Prime Minister of Canada; US President Franklin Roosevelt; British Prime Minister Winston Churchill; the Earl of Athlone. Photo taken during the First Quebec Conference of 1943.   The Earl of Athlone was the brother of Queen Mary and a great-grandson of George III.

Alexander, Earl of Athlone, Governor General of Canada, with three WW2 leaders, August 1943. Left to right: William Mackenzie King, Prime Minister of Canada; US President Franklin Roosevelt; British Prime Minister Winston Churchill; the Earl of Athlone. Photo taken during the First Quebec Conference of 1943. The Earl of Athlone was the brother of Queen Mary and a great-grandson of George III.

1943- Full-face portrait of General Sir Bernard Montgomery, Commander of British 8th Army.

1943- Full-face portrait of General Sir Bernard Montgomery, Commander of British 8th Army.

First in a series of caricature sculpts based on WW2 leaders.

First in a series of caricature sculpts based on WW2 leaders.

The Supreme Commanders on June 5, 1945 in Berlin: Bernard Montgomery, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Georgy Zhukov and Jean de Lattre de Tassigny.

The Supreme Commanders on June 5, 1945 in Berlin: Bernard Montgomery, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Georgy Zhukov and Jean de Lattre de Tassigny.

Poster warning of the danger of German gas attack by air. Ironically, this was an almost non-existent risk because of the absence of any practical technology to disperse gas over large areas from the air.

Poster warning of the danger of German gas attack by air. Ironically, this was an almost non-existent risk because of the absence of any practical technology to disperse gas over large areas from the air.

A 1938 poster released by the Reichsministry of Public Enlightenment in honor of the Anschluss (unification of Austria and Germany) which occurred just days prior to its publication. It contains the new borders of the unified state and the the famous words "Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Führer!" ("One People, One Empire, One Leader!"), which was the compelling slogan used by the populations of both nations in the campaign to unify the two ethnic-German countries.

A 1938 poster released by the Reichsministry of Public Enlightenment in honor of the Anschluss (unification of Austria and Germany) which occurred just days prior to its publication. It contains the new borders of the unified state and the the famous words "Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Führer!" ("One People, One Empire, One Leader!"), which was the compelling slogan used by the populations of both nations in the campaign to unify the two ethnic-German countries.

And I think he should also build a wall up north and blame winter on the Canadians....

And I think he should also build a wall up north and blame winter on the Canadians....

Leader of the Dutch nazi party Anton Mussert is arrested on May 7th 1945. A year later on May 7th 1946 he would be executed.

Leader of the Dutch nazi party Anton Mussert is arrested on May 7th 1945. A year later on May 7th 1946 he would be executed.

GERALD R. FORD JR. United States Navy Lieutenant Years of service: 1942–1946. Served on USS Monterey. Earned 10 battle stars.

GERALD R. FORD JR. United States Navy Lieutenant Years of service: 1942–1946. Served on USS Monterey. Earned 10 battle stars.

American M26 Pershing Heavy Tank (only briefly used in the 2nd world war) #WorldWar2 #Tanks

American M26 Pershing Heavy Tank (only briefly used in the 2nd world war) #WorldWar2 #Tanks

First in a series of caricature sculpts based on WW2 leaders.

First in a series of caricature sculpts based on WW2 leaders.

Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler

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Lt Gen George S. Patton and Brig Gen Anthony C. McAuliffe, Bastogne, 29th december 1944.

Lt Gen George S. Patton and Brig Gen Anthony C. McAuliffe, Bastogne, 29th december 1944.

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