Hi there, I've just joined and I am very impressed with the shared knowledge and information this site. My Granddad joined the TA c1934 aged approx 24. He was called up in 1939. He was in Burma in 1942 as part of the 2nd RTR. He was part of the retreat to India, and as a driver/mechanic, I understand he took part in helping to destroy the tanks as part of the retreat. He also served in Africa and Italy. His name was Trooper E Leech 2202481. He was raised in Hull, but ended up at RAC 52nd training reg, Bovington where he was released in 1945, and lived the rest of his life in Dorset. I am interested in any information/experiences/documents/other regiments which served alongside RAC 2nd RTR. (my info is from release paper, medals-Burma, Italy Africa stars, and talking to family) My Granddad never spoke of his experiences, nor was he ever in contact with any relatives from Hull, so I am trying desperately to learn more about a side of him I never knew, as he was a very special person. Many thanks in advance.