Having recently received my father’s service records, I still cannot identify the specific unit he served in and would appreciate any help to resolve this. His release book states that he was with HQ Squadron of the 6th Armoured Division for five years. He fought in North Africa, Italy and ended the war in Austria where he sent photographs of himself and several comrades climbing to a weather hut near the village of Heiligenblut in July 1945. In the photos the Mailed Fist emblem is clearly visible on one of the uniforms and he mentions two men in particular - Les Elworthy and Bert Wells. I am in possession of his medals, his RTR cap badge, a US Air Force silver wings badge and an oak leaf emblem for the mention in dispatches he received. From the records I note that he was hospitalised on 5th Sept. 1944 and again on 2nd Jan. 1945 at 31 General Hospital in Arrezzo. Liddell Hart’s history of the RTR, states that 2 RTR was the only tank regiment in Austria in 1945/6 and their history corresponds with my father’s movements. However I am informed that there were no tank regiments in the 6th Armoured Division. I have contacted the Tank Museum and REME archivists and they could not find him in their records. I have attached photos of the relevant documents and hope that someone can help me solve this puzzle.