Hi, My Grandad was in the 507th Field Coy Royal Engineers during 1940 and members of the forum have been kind enough in providing me with the regimental war diaries for which I am so thankful. I have now discovered he was in the 78th Division after Dunkirk because we have some group photos where the 'battle axe' insignia is clearly visible. However there is also a number under that, it looks like the number 50,and we also have a photo of him taken in Italy in 1944 with the number 50 under the battle axe. I wondered if anyone knows what this means? We thought it would be great to share these pictures with other members in the hope you may be able to identify a regiment of Royal Engineers or even some of the people in the photos. There are also some navy personnel and others in the photos. I apologise that neither myself or my father are experts on WW2 but we believe they could have been taken in Alexandria because on the back it says the photographer was based there.