In issue 110 Jean Paul Pallud told the story of the US 6th Army Group from its landings on the Riviera in August 1944 through its drive north along the Rhne Valley. In this feature Jean Paul continues the story in the advance to the Rhine. Wreck Recovery – Recovery of an Arnhem Stirling – The story of the discovery of the largest single piece of a Stirling aircraft surviving anywhere in the world. War Graves – Finding America’s Missing – A description of the research by Ted Darcy and Ray Emory to put names to US servicemen buried as unknown in the Pacific which has resulted in the identification of Seaman Thomas Hembree and Fireman 2nd Class Payton L. Vanderpool. It Happened Here – The Tigers of Massa Lombarda – A clash in April 1945 between New Zealand ers and German schwere Panzer – Abteilung 504 in Italy. Readers’ Investigation – The V1 Site at Val – Ygot – Peter Gosling investigates a preserved Flying Bomb site in northern France. Preservation – The Canadians Return to Kent – In 1944 the Essex Scottish Regiment left behind a casting of their cap badge in concrete on the farm in Kent where they had been camped. Six decades later a contingent from Canada returns to ceremoniously recover the artefacts.