Last month, we asked you to think of something appropriately witty for this image from our feature on the Battle of Tunis, 1943, published in the October issue of Military History Monthly. We are delighted to announce the winners.

WINNER

‘Unfortunately for those down below, the Field Marshal had decided to go Half Monty that day.’ – Arthur Armstrong

RUNNER-UP

‘Monty’s steely gaze would later inspire The Who to record their hit single, I Can See For Miles.’ – Christopher Warner

‘No Simpkins, a lesser crested Grebe, definitely…’ – Simon Fielding