I'm trying to make sense of my father Rory Langford-Rae's very convoluted army records. He attested in April 1944 when he was just turned 17 but wasn't called up until January 1945. In the three years between then and being demobbed he was in the Grenadier Guards, the South Staffordshires and the Ox & Bucks Light Infantry with some kind of diversion involving the Welsh Guards, and rose to Lieutenant at 20. He was demobbed in April 1948 and by October 1948 he had been decorated by the Polish Army in Exile for his services as a negotiator, despite having no Polish connections other than that there had been some Polish boys at his school. The only thing in his notes which is crystal clear is that at one point he was given two weeks' CB for being insolent to a warrant officer and conducting himself in a slovenly and unsoldierlike manner, but other than that it's all acronyms, not all of them legible. I'm hoping somebody in this section of the forum will be able to help me make sense of the sections of his notes which relate to his time in the Guards, up to September 1945. What, for example, does No. of Part II Order or other Authority = Pt II's 9 /45 mean? And what is "Rel. to Class W/T A. Res."? I presume the last bit is "Territorial Army Reserves" but what's "Rel" short for, and what does Class W mean in this context?