Rank: Trooper Service No: 14382748 Date of Death: 20/04/1945 Age: 21 Regiment/service: Royal Armoured Corps/1st Lothians and Border Horse Grave Ref: 21.A.7 Cemetery: Jonkerbos War Cemetery Additional Information: Son of James and Mary Thomson Cardle, of Glasgow Back of the photo reads "Jimmy Cardle, killed one week later" From the Lothians Regimental history; "On the 19th (April) C Squadron had moved from the Reichswald area up into Holland where, at Zetten, it was nominally in support of the 1st Calgary Horse. One small but costly had been performed on the 18th - three flails, under Captain Harley and Lieut. Stewart, had flailed a path for a Canadian troop and a Belgian infantry company. Cpl. Edward's tank was, unfortunately, blown up on a heavy mine, and there were four casualties, of whom Tpr. Cardle afterwards died of his wounds." Jimmy was the last Lothian to be killed before the end of the war.