Assuming 3 rows all left to right:

Top row (7 men): 1. n/k; 2. n/k; 3. n/k; 4 [partially hidden] L/Cpl. William Oakes; 5. n/k; 6. n/k; 7. n/k

Middle row (8 men all standing): 1. Lt Albrow; 2. Sgt ?; 3 - 7. n/k; 8 [slightly forward of seven] n/k

Bottom row (8 men crouching or kneeling): 1. n/k; 2 [ slighly behind one] n/k; 3. n/k; 4 [slightly behind three] n/k; 5 [holding gun] n/k; 6 [holding gun] n/k; 7 [behind six] n/k; 8. n/k

Update from Jimmy Dunning " I have identified one officer for certain and he is the officer is standing at the left of the middle row. He is Lieut Albrow wth his section of 2 Troop taken.in Den Haag in Belgium circa October 1944, prior to the assault on Flushing. Albrow is mentioned in 'Fighting Fourth' in the action at Flushing.

Update from Ken Fosberry via his son " I showed the photos to my Dad this past weekend. He immediately remembered them (of course, he was the photographer of two of them), and while he couldn't remember many of the soldiers' names, he did confirm those that you and Mr. Dunning asked about. He also referred to a couple of others as 'Taffy', but couldn't come up with their actual name. And finally, Harry Joyce is in one of the two shots (not on the boat)"]]>

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