Hello, i got this photograph but i can't seem to ID it 100%.... : This is as far as i ID'ed: 1. The soldiers loading this tank wear british helmets - Canadians didn't fought in North Africa? 2. The Sherman is a M4 or M4A1 (Sherman I or II). 3. The Sherman wears a two coloured camouflage - as used by the British. 4. On the side of the turret is a square visible - stating that this must be a Sherman of 'B'-company. 5. On the left of the photograph is a regiment square sign visible with a number - beginning with a '4'. 6. On the right of the photograph is a dark/black roundel badge visible with a Rhino OR Bison... Now it would make sense if the unit badge is a Rhino - but then it wouldn't be used in a black roundel... and it looks more to me as a Bison... Combined with the 'Square 4 . ' number it doesn't make any sense to me.... Can anyone help me?!? I will post a close-up of the 'Bison/Rhino' badge as soon as i'm home!