Rather than just include the photos we find in another video, we're trying a new format where the photo is the subject of the video. Using my knowledge of the Vickers machine gun and the uniforms and equipment used with it, I analyse the content of the photo and the equipment and actions in it to identify some of the nuances that are so often overlooked. In this first photo of the series, the 9th Battalion of the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers are on exercise in Wales in September 1941, just before they were sent to Singapore, where they were promptly captured. The source of the photo is the Imperial War Museum: THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM 1939-45 Please do let me know what you think. Rather than a new thread each time we do one, I'll add them as replies here.