Help please, i need to clarify my thoughts on the structure of the Divisional Signals Regiments in North West Europe in 1945 (I suspect those operating with the 8th Army in Italy had a similar organisation). At this time the Regiment(s) were a stand alone unit with (unlike later years) had no responsibility for the administration of either the Divisional or subordinate Brigade Headquarters. Can anyone confirm the size of the Royal Signals presence in support of the Brigade Headquarters and Headquarters Artillery please? Am I correct in thinking it was a Royal Signals Divisional Signal Regiment responsibility to provide secure communications up to the relevant Corps Headquarters, down to the subordinate Brigade Headquarters (including the separate Divisional Headquarters Artillery) as follows a.Radio Links Voice Morse b.Land lines (with a Royal Signals presence in the relevant civilian Telephone Exchanges.) Vice Teleprinter c.Despatch Riders Finally who was responsible for manning the Brigade Command link to the subordinate Teeth Arm units?