As I have mentioned elsewhere I am involved in a project to research and record the history of the early years of the British Army of the Rhine which includes the significant Canadian presence in Summer 1945. I have seen the G War Diary for Headquarters 3 Canadian Infantry Division for May 1945 which gives me the information I require bar one unit. There is no mention of the whereabouts of 3 A/Tk Regt RCA (the majority of the Division were in the general area of Aurich and Emden) There are two possible explanations 1. A clerical error (not unknown, as has been commented on this site a number of times) or 2. HQ 2 Canadian Corps had assessed there was no armoured threat from the German troops forming the Garrisons of Aurich or Emden and had therefore switched the Regiment to reinforce the advance east to the River Weser of the Canadian 2nd Infantry, 4th Armoured or Polish 1st Armoured Divisions. Can any of our expert contributors please confirm where RHQ 3 A/Tk Regiment RCA was in the period 4th May (the surrender of all German Forces in the Frieslan area) and the end of May when the majority of Canadian Forces (less 2 Infantry Division)had left for Holland. 2/3 Anti Tank Regiment RCA were to return in late July 1945 as part of the 3 Infantry Division (Canadian Army Occupation Force) to the Wilhelmshaven area where they would remain till Spring 1946 when they would finally return home to Canada.