Here is a history TVshow on dutch TV that was aired yesterday: http://www.uitzendinggemist.nl/afleveringen/1424437 A lot of , to me, unseen footage of canadian action..(but also mixed with british troops ..especially at normandy -of course- as there isn't much film from all the landings) from DDay to Netherlands and beyond in Germany. With dutch commentary, and sometimes canadian letters read in dutch, but much with original canadian/english spoken text. Two things I found interesting: 1) I see a Sherman Tank (in supposedly Groningen) with a very tight camouflage netting at its sides at time 38:38 - 39:44. It is not loosely draped or held by a few wires , but it looks as if it is tightly nailed to a board which is fixed to the hull side. Is this a correct understanding ? Anyone having a better (drawing/sketch) picture of this particular netting fixation ? (for inspiration for another Sherman model building job) 2) An OMG moment at 42:45 - 43:45 a dutch couple Van Brakel gets help from Canadian engineers. You see and figure out if we should sympathise or detest the Van Brakels !