My late father landed at Gold Beach on 6th June and was a member of the Ordnance Group moving north east following the breakout from Normandy. I know that he was part of the group that went into Belsen on April 15th to assist with the liberation of the camp. Having read much about the liberation and from the briefest of references made about it by my father it was obvious that the horror was unspeakable. However, I am trying to put together an accurate picture of the RAOC's time there and the likely tasks my father would have undertaken. If anybody has any information about this period or is aware of any living veterans who would be prepared to share their experiences please get in touch.