Hi folks, Was wondering if anyone could advise on how easy it would be to find out about my grandfather's short time in the Green Howards and if possible where he was injured. I know 99% of his service history but not the last bit. I have loads of info but briefly what I know is this: Enlisted 17-05-39 in the 8th (Liverpool Irish) Battalion of the King's Regiment. I know all about his embodied service in Britain and his embarkment during D-Day - I even know the landing craft number thanks to a Canadian researcher as my grandfather's battalion went on with the Canadians. (H+ 20 minutes !!!). His battalion was disbanded in August 1944 and he (along with a good many colleagues) was transferred to the Green Howards as a Private (previously Lance Corporal) on 26-08-44. His records state that service in NWE ended 20-09-44 and after that it says Home 21-09-44 to 19-01-45 which was his effective date of discharge - regiment of discharge the Green Howards. I know he was injured and brought home where he spent many months in hospital near Liverpool. So how easy would it be to track his movements between 26-08-44 to 20-09-44 (less than 1 month) and if possible find out where he might have been injured? I know from what little he told me that after D-Day he went to Caen and then up through France, Belgium and into Holland.