The answer to the question in Scanword (crossword) «Alamein (Montgomery of Alamein) Bernard Low (1887-1976) Viscount, British field marshal; in 1951-58 1st Deputy Commander-in-Chief of NATO Armed Forces in Europe”, 10 letters (first – m, last – and):
Other definitions (questions) to the word “montgomery” (20)
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- City in the United States, the capital of the state of Alabama
- The state capital on the Alabama River
- Capital of the state of Alabama in the USA
- American actress. (surname)
- The state capital of Alabama
- Seigneur de Ducis d’Exmes and de Lorges, Count,
- English field marshal, commander of the 8th Army in North Africa, army groups in Normandy, Belgium and North Germany (1944-45)
- Film by Sidney Lumet “From … to Memphis”
- Patriotic poem by the American writer Hugh Breckenridge “The Death of a General …”
- A city in the southern United States, the capital of the state of Alabama
- American swimmer, Olympic champion (1976)
- English field marshal, commander of the 8th Army in North Africa (1942), army groups in Normandy, Belgium and North Germany (1944-45)
- British field marshal
- Capital City of Alabama
- Canadian writer who invented Ann Shirley
- British military commander, field marshal (1887-1976)
- Irish military leader who served in the British and American armies. Member of the Seven Years’ War and the American War of Independence. (surname)
- English field marshal of WWII
- city in the USA
Montgomery (English Montgomery) is a common English proper name, derived from the name of a locality in Normandy. On the map of the United States, the toponym Montgomery occurs 86 times, including 18 times in the names of counties. The same name bears one city in Wales.
- House Montgomery – one of the noble English, French and probably Scottish families.
- Clan Montgomery is one of the clans of the lowlands of Scotland of Anglo-Norman origin.
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