A little Dutch boy plays soldier following the liberation of Walcheren from German occupation. The former island (now connected to the mainland) was finally liberated by the British Special Service Brigade after an amphibious landing (Operation Infatuate) on 1 November 1944. This was preceded by numerous battle for the island involving Dutch, British, Canadian and French troops trying to oust the Germans. By 8 November all German resistance on the island had been quelled. Westkapelle, Walcheren, Zeeland, Netherlands. January 1945. Image taken by Werner Bischof.