I wonder if the incredible, collective knowledge on here could suggest any possible unit this photo may be? The photo was sent as part of my ongoing research into the units involved in the liberation and initial humanitarian effort at Bergen Belsen. The sender is the son of one of the men (in the photo) who says he suffered terribly after the liberation which would indicate an early involvement. The sender (with the name O’Connell) does not know what unit it is and indicated the man suffered mentally for the rest of his short life - which he ended at the age of 51. My thoughts could be 58TH LIGHT ANTI-AIRCRAFT (ARGYLL & SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS) RA, but that is based purely on them being at Belsen rather than any evidence of uniforms/badges on the photo). Sadly not the best image and no insignias can really be identified although it is quite a large cap badge. It would be great to either discount this unit or suggest others. The distinctive background holds clues too, to a possible ID. Any help, suggestions or comments would be very welcome and thanks in advance. As a side note, several inmates from Belsen have stated they heard bagpipes upon the day of liberation, signalling the arrival of the Allies.