Hi all, I will work on this by myself but if anyone has pertinent knowledge I would certainly appreciate any help anyone can offer. I would be interested in trying to identify the unit to which certain Archer SPs belonged in photos. I think that should be indicated by which infantry divisions were in the area at the time. So for instance there is this photo which I think is a more recent addition to the IWM online archive: "Archer 17-pdr self-proplled guns drive through the ruins of Bocholt, 30 March 1945." THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTH-WEST EUROPE 1944-45 Is there anything to be gleaned from the road signs on the right side of the image? They both have an icon which looks like an underlined W. One has a 46 which I believe is the number for an AT regiment within an infantry division and is also painted on the chassis. There is a 94 on the other. Bocholt is due east of Nijmegen, on the German side of the Rhine, via Emmerich and Isselburg. Does anyone know which British division(s) were involved in its capture? I'm going to look through the 3 Canadian AT Regiments to try to ID Archers in a Dutch photo, near Leiden, I *think* on April 6.