Hi all, I was watching videos yesterday of the British testing of German armour at the Henschel testing grounds near Paderborn on July 4 1945, and I got quite excited when I realized that the Archer present had a name painted on it when I looked at it again. (??? SUR MER) Also, I had only watched the video showing the Valentine next to the hull of the E-100 prototype tank. I hadn't watch the Tiger tank being driven along with the Valentine and Archer! It got me wondering whether it would be possible to identify which unit supplied these vehicles - I can't make a divisional marking on either of them. Valentine next to E-100. Archer name visible at 1:10. Driving a Tiger, Valentine, and Archer, starting at 0:26. They drive in circles starting at 2:50 Looking at the war diaries I have, I suspect these vehicles would have come from the 20th AT Reg't (3rd Division), 52nd AT Regiment (5th Division), or 54th AT Regiment (52nd Division). Were any of these nearby? I say that because I don't have those regiments' war diaries for July, and the other regiments either had turned in their vehicles or were at least an hour and a half away and I don't think I see mention of sending vehicles. I could be incorrect, though.