Dear members Since a couple of years I'm researching the liberation of Mol and Geel in september 1944. I have lots of information and pictures about this battle. Some parts are allready mentionned on this forum. I haven't done anything with it until now. Maarten Swarts and Jack Didden published a great book about this battle, helping me to find some missing puzzles. After reading all the books, diaries and personnel recollactions I want to make the next step. A local, named Willem Van Broeckhoven, took a lot of pictures just after the battle. There are lots of tanks on it and I want to try to identify them. I' know for sure they were from the sherwood Rangers, I'm 90% sure about the locations where the pictures where taken and so to which squadron they belonged. Sadly there were so many tanks knocked out near each other that it is hard to identify the troop and crew. On those pictures you can clearly see their identificationnumbers so I was wondering if there are any records which can tell me which tank belonged to which crew. I added two pictures. The first was taken near the church of St-Dimpna. Here an entire troop from C Squadron was knocked out by Jagdpanters from Panzerjager abteilung 559, coming from Mol. Next one was taken near Doornboom. The German attack almost drove the allied force (151st Brigade) back to the Albert Canal. This tank probably belonged to A Squadron which was on reserve and was called to help. Thanks for your help!