Hello everybody, I'm not sure if this is the correct procedure to piggyback on others request for service info but I can't see how to start a new thread so here goes. I'm researching my father's war movements in WW2 and have his service records. His name was George Henry Robert Seffens (no: 2391197) and he joined the Royal Corp of Signals in NW England on the 18th June 1942 aged one month short of 19 and and after starting in the 6th PTC was transferred to 19th ITC East Lancs Authority on the 29th July 1942. He embarked for India on the 17th May 1943 and was transferred to the 1st battalion Essex Regiment on the 11th Feb 1944. I've tried uploading a page of his records to no avail as it exceeds 2MB but if there is a way then please let me know how and I'll send it separately. It gives a lot of dates and places, some decipherable ie Deolali and Mhow but for the most part they are typically handwritten, illegible and full of abbreviations and military jargon. I have his photo album which showed he moved all over India. I also have his medals which include the Burma Star so I know at some stage he must have served there. I'm sure a visit to the NA at Kew is on the cards but at this stage is there anybody out there who understands military jargon and can interpret his journey so that I can get a better understanding of at least the basics of his service. Many thanks in advance and if I need to post this elsewhere then please enlighten me and apologies for muscling in.