Goch – Bahnhofstraße (1)

Tanks in the Bahnhofstraße in Goch, Germany, during Operation Veritable
Then image: © IWM (B 14835)
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Goch – Pfalzdorfer-strasse

Two Scottisch soldiers are escorting 6 surrendered German soldiers during Operation Veritable in February 1945.
Then image: © IWM B14759
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Kleve – Brabanterstraße (2)

I’m not sure if these soldiers belong to the same Royal Winnipeg platoon musters as here but they are in the same street waiting for further orders.
Note: The swastika is not there anymore in the current photo.
Then image: Stadtarchive Kleve
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Kleve – Minoriten-Strasse

Churchill tanks of 6th Guards Tank Brigade and infantry of the 2nd Gordon Highlanders in Kleve, 11 February 1945.
Note: The current photo is taken in the Minoriten-strasse, the same street as in 1945 but this street so much changed that’s it’s not recognisable anymore. So it’s not confirmed this is the actual spot. Still nice in my opinion though.
Then image: © IWM (B 14608)
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Kleve – Herzogstrasse

Allied soldier removes a swastika flag at the corner of the Herzogstrasse / Bahnhofstrasse, Kleve Germany 1945.
Then image: Source : Bell Archive
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Kranenburg – Mühlenstrasse (3)

A Brengun-team of the Highland Light infantry is guarding the Mühlenstrasse in Kranenburg, during Operation Veritable.
Then image: © IWM (B14432)
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Kleve – Brabanterstraße (1)

Royal Winnipeg Rifles platoon musters in Kleve, Germany, in February 1945, during the Allies’ final push into German territory.
Then image: Bell Archive
Photographer: Captain McDougall
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Kleve – Tiergartenstraße

Churchill tank of 6th Guards Tank Brigade and infantry of the 2nd Gordon Highlanders in Kleve, 11 February 1945.
Then image: © IWM (B 14601)
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Nütterden – Dorfstraße

Soldiers of 2nd Gordons (15 Scottish Division) pose with a captured Nazi-flag in front of a restaurant at Nütterden
Then photo: ??
Copyright: ?
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Kranenburg – Mühlenstraße (2)

Troops of 15th Scottish Division fire a Bren gun from a damaged house in the town of Kranenburg, 10 February 1945.
Then image: Imperial War Museum
© IWM (B 14403)
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