For my battlefield tours on Operation Veritable, I am looking for more information about a unit that was stationed in the Gennep area. A small monument has been established for this unit. The monument on the Zwarteweg in Milsbeek (municipality of Gennep) is a concrete memorial stone with the weapon of the 2nd British Army (a cross on a coat of arms), the number of their part (707) and the weapon of the Royal Corps of Pioneers. A black memorial plaque has been placed in the middle for the stone. The memorial stone is 1 meter 30 high and 4 meters wide. The text on the arms of the Royal Corps of Pioneers reads: "LABOR WINS EVERYTHING". The text on the memorial plate reads: '707 ROAD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 2nd BRITISH ARMY Can someone tell me where this unit belonged, what was their task, how long have they been in the Gennep area, are there pictures of this unit anywhere. Every help or presence is super valued.