Kleve – Brabanterstraße

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
Now image: www.nowstalgia.eu / Cor Sleutel

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)
Now image: www.nowstalgia.eu / Cor Sleutel

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: ?
Now Image: www.nowstalgia.eu / Cor Sleutel

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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Kranenburg – Mühlenstraße

Operation Veritable: 10th HLI celebrating their new trophy with a fresh ‘brew’ at Kranenburg.
Then Photo: Imperial War Museum
Catalogue number: B 14402
Now Photo: www.nowstalgia.eu / Cor Sleutel

Kleve – Triftstraße

Churchill tanks drive along a badly damaged Triftstraße in Kleve, Germany, 12 February 1945.
Then image: Wikimedia
Original Source : Imperial War Museum
Catalogue number: B 14513
Creator: No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit
Now image: WW2 Then in Now, Cor Sleutel

Kranenburg – Große Straße (2)

An Archer in the flooded streets ofKranenburg, 11 February 1945. The buildings are the same buildings as in 1945 only with a brick wall before it as you can see in the second building of the picture.
Then image: http://www.panzeroperations.com
Original Source : Imperial War Museum?
Creator: Hewitt (Sgt), No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit
Now image: WW2 Then in Now, Cor Sleutel


Kranenburg – Große Straße

Troops from the Highland Light Infantry of the 15th Scottish Division roll a large wooden swastika through the city of Kranenburg, Germany 1945.
Then image: https://www.pinterest.com/
Ownership: Imperial War Museum ?
Now Image: WW2 Then in Now, Cor Sleutel

Kleve – Ringstrasse

A Loyd carrier in the towing a 6-pdr anti-tank gun through Kleve, Ringstrasse, 16 February 1945.
Then image: Imperial War Museum
Catalogue number: B 14674
Creator: No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit, Midgley, A. N. (Sergeant)
Now image: WW2 Then in Now, Cor Sleutel