The French prisoners mark Bastille Day. The British and the French prisoners were well noted for undermining German authority by turning up for roll calls in all states of undress and disorder, but events such as Bastille Day and King George VI's birthday saw them become impeccable in their turnout. J. J. C. Becquet of the Belgian Army is standing second from the left in the front row of the middle column. Copyright: Tim Giddings.