OK - aware that this is technically not 1940, but 1939, but I have been posting in this area - and would like to thank all those who have helped so far - it's been a revelation. The following photographs were very kindly sent to me by WessexModeller after I was able to throw some light on the experiences of his father in law, L/Cpl Crodden of the 10th Hussars. By chance, this gentleman was in the same dismounted troop of Hussars sent to defend the bridge at St.Pierre du Vauvray, where a relative of mine, Trooper Joe Small was killed in June 1940. Bear with me, we're looking to date these two photographs accurately as we think the only extant image of Trooper Small may be on here and I can then compare with his service record. Help appreciated with markings also - we're pretty sure it's B Squadron and A Squadron, but particularly date and location - again late 1939/Lulworth Ranges? I note the strange combination of uniforms and presume those guys with the peaked caps and goggles are DonR's? I like the sign, 'Tanks Ahead'.