Possibly taken at Stalag Luft VII between August 1944 and January 1945. The man on the left may be Warrant Officer Reginald Stanley Hartgroves of RAF 106 Squadron. His Handley Page Hampden crashed at Oud Schoonebeek in the Netherlands on the 21st December 1941, having finally succombed to flak damage received over Oldenburg. Tony Carter (navigator/bomb aimer) was killed by the flak. Doug Martin (lower rear gunner), Ron Yearsley (upper rear gunner/radio operator), and Warrant Officer Hartgroves were all taken prisoner. Having passed through Dulag Luft at Oberusel, he was sent to Stalag VIIA at Moosburg (31/01/42 to 15/9/42), then to Stalag 383 at Hohenfels (until 24/7/44), before moving on to Stalag Luft VII at Bankau. On the 17th January 1945, the camp was evacuated and Hartgroves participated in what would become known as the Death March, arriving at Stalag IIIA at Luckenwalde on the 5th February. Due to Russian dawdling, it was not until the 27th May 1945 that he was handed over to the Americans for repatriation.