Hi, my first question so please be kind. Am i right in thinking that during World War Two a soldier was placed primarily under a Army/Corps, then under a Division, then under a Regiment and finally under a Batallion? For example if a soldier (my Grandad in particular) was fighting in North Africa in August 1942 as part of the Cheshire Regiment 2nd Batallion, he would have been under control of the 8th Army as part of the 50th Infantry Division. God I'm confusing myself now!!! If I'm right in this case what insignia should have been worn, was it a patch for 8th Army on one arm and a patch for 50th Infantry on the other?? I'm pretty sure that patches weren't changed very often or perhaps ever for soldiers in the field but theoretically? Thanks in advance.