When my Dad’s parents died, he found 4 photos of himself from the war in their effects. The originals were very small, 2” x 3”. He had larger copies of the photos made and also negatives made from the originals (very expensive, he says!). We still have 1 original and the strip of 4 negatives. Copies attached. Sometime later, about 1992, my Dad got in touch with Douglas Waugh (in charge of 46th Anti Tank Battery) who was Secretary of the 46th Recce Comrades Association. We still have some of the letters they wrote to each other (hopefully they will write some more soon!). My Dad sent him copies of the 4 photos and a cheque to help with copying and posting if Dougie wanted to send them to comrades. Dougie replied later than he had taken copies and had also sent copies to the Tank Museum. All 4 photos are in the pdf about 46th Recce made by Singeager ‘courtesy of Douglas Waugh’. My Dad says the 4 photos were all taken in Xylokastro, Greece between January and April 1945. Dad (who was operator/gunner) and his driver are in all 4 photos. His sgt car commander is in 3 photos. I have made a composite of the 4 photos and marked them as follows: Dad – red circle Driver – blue circle Sgt car cmdr – green circle It looks like the first 2 were taken at the same time (same battleground, all in battledress). In the third and fourth, Dad and the driver are in overalls and the car is different. We are presuming that 1&2 are different days from 3&4? Dad says the photographer would turn up, take pictures, go away, come back with prints you could buy. So, presumably, there are at least some copies of the group picture out there somewhere? Any thoughts, comments?