- Name: Bernard “Monty” Montgomery [1 Star]
- Unit type: Mortar
- Range: 3
- Starting Stats:
- Unit Features: Infantry, long range, explosive
Equipment (by level)
M1 Mortar ; Helmet ;First Aid kit ; Army boots 
|Green||Rank 1||81mm Round M56 Heavy HE; Entrenching Tool ; Ammo Belt  Compass |
|Rank 2||81mm Round M56 Heavy HE ;Entrenching Tool ; Ammo Belt  Compass |
|Blue||Rank 1||Knife ; Barbed Wire ; Canteen ; Map |
|Rank 2||Knife ; Barbed Wire ; Canteen ; Map |
|Rank 3||Knife ; Barbed Wire ; Canteen ; Map |
|Purple||Rank 1||M2 Mortar ; Sandbags ; Flashlight ; Rocket Carrier |
|Rank 2||M2 Mortar ; Sandbags ; Flashlight ; Rocket Carrier |
|Rank 3||M2 Mortar ; Sandbags ; Flashlight ; Rocket Carrier |
|Rank 4||M2 Mortar ; Sandbags ; Flashlight ; Rocket Carrier |
|Gold||Rank 1||MK2 Grenade ; Gloves ; Gas Mask ; Wire Cutter |
|Rank 2||MK2 Grenade ; Gloves ; Gas Mask ; Wire Cutter |
|Rank 3||MK2 Grenade ; Gloves ; Gas Mask ; Wire Cutter |
|Rank 4||MK2 Grenade ; Gloves ; Gas Mask ; Wire Cutter |
|Rank 5||MK2 Grenade ; Gloves ; Gas Mask ; Wire Cutter |
He saw action in the First World War as a junior officer of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment. At Méteren, near the Belgian border at Bailleul, he was shot through the right lung by a sniper. He returned to the Western Frontas a general staff officer and took part in the Battle of Arras in April/May 1917. He also took part in the Battle of Passchendaele in autumn 1917 before finishing the war as chief of staff of the 47th (2nd London) Division.
In the inter-war years he commanded the 17th (Service) Battalion, Royal Fusiliers and, later, the 1st Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment before becoming commander of 9th Infantry Brigade and then General Officer Commanding 8th Infantry Division.
During the Second World War he commanded the British Eighth Army from August 1942 in the Western Desertuntil the final Allied victory in Tunisia. This command included the Second Battle of El Alamein, a turning point in the Western Desert Campaign. He subsequently commanded the British Eighth Army during the Allied invasion of Sicily and the Allied invasion of Italy.
He was in command of all Allied ground forces during Operation Overlord from the initial landings until after theBattle of Normandy. He then continued in command of the 21st Army Group for the rest of the campaign in North West Europe. As such he was the principal field commander for the failed airborne attempt to bridge the Rhine at Arnhem, and the Allied Rhine crossing. On 4 May 1945 he took the German surrender at Lüneburg Heath in Northern Germany. After the war he became Commander-in-Chief of the British Army of the Rhine(BAOR) in Germany and then Chief of the Imperial General Staff.
Montgomery was born in Kennington, London, in 1887, the fourth child of nine, to an Anglo-Irish Church of Ireland minister, the Reverend Henry Montgomery, and his wife, Maud (née Farrar). The Montgomerys, an 'Ascendancy' gentry family, were the County Donegal branch of the Clan Montgomery. Henry Montgomery, Vicarof St Mark's Church, Kennington, at that time, was the second son of General Sir Robert Montgomery, a native of Inishowen in County Donegal, the noted soldier and proconsul in British India, who died a month after his grandson's birth. He was probably a descendant of Colonel Alexander Montgomery (1686–1729). Bernard's mother, Maud, was the daughter of the preacher Frederic William Farrar and was eighteen years younger than her husband. After the death of Sir Robert Montgomery, Henry inherited the Montgomery ancestral estate of New Park in Moville, County Donegal. However, there was still £13,000 to pay on a mortgage, a large debt in the 1880s, and Henry was at the time still only an Anglican vicar. Despite selling off all the farms that were at Ballynally, "there was barely enough to keep up New Park and pay for the blasted summer holiday"
In Liberators, Montgomery, known as Monty, is commander of an army of mortars, long-range, accurate, and deadly. He’s one of the first Commanders you get in the game and is a crowd favorite.
Monty was made a Knight of the Garter and created 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein in 1946.
Monty was wounded twice in WWI, yet managed to finish with distinction
On 4 May 1945 General Monty accepted the German surrender at Lüneburg Heath in Northern Germany.