British prisoners, some wounded, being searched by German soldiers. On the right is Driver Eric Milner of "C" Troop, 1st Airlanding Anti-Tank Battery. After being wounded in the arm, he was sent to the Regimental Aid Post, the possession of which at the time was in dispute between the Germans and British, he was taken prisoner here. Whilst being searched by a German soldier, Milner had a moment of worry as the soldier pulled a piece of chewing gum from one of his pockets which contained a saw blade for the purposes of escaping, however the German did not notice it and returned the gum. Whilst being taken away for interrogation, Milner managed to escape and rejoined men of the 1st Airborne Division. Probably on the 24th September, again wounded in the same arm, Milner was recaptured in the vicinity of the St. Elizabeth Hospital.