E7YY-JQL7-X7RF Hello all, I hope somebody can help me. My father, John Travis, service number 14295543 served with the Royal Scots Fusiliers towards the end of WW2 and I am trying to piece together the scant comments he rarely uttered and some war time documents found in a wardrobe last week. I am trying to discover what part he played the last few months of the war. He was transferred from the R.A. 59th, 4th W Lancs med Regiment on the 23rd of March 1945 to the Royal Scotts Fusiliers.I believe at that time the Royal Artillery were involved with the battle of the Rhine, and also at the same time so were the 6th battalion on the RSFs. My big question is which battalion did my Dad join, could it have been the 6th? He always said he went over to France on the 2nd wave of the d'day landings and mentioned Sword Beach. He bought postcards from Dendermonde, He had his photograph taken next to a board with 'B' company written on it. My mother, now a frail 85 year old who keeps poor health would take great interest, comfort and pride in finding more about Johns campaigns as would my brothers and I. Many thanks for your time and interest, I hope this throws up something. Dawn.