Then they were lucky not to get shot up by 144RAC and 1NY!!!! They should not have been there. If they were, they screwed up. The interdivisional line ran straight down the N158 to Gaumesnil. A little spot on the map, but the point at which the boundary moved off the N158 and shifted to the east. 4 Armored Brigade was supposed to move from the start line (at a point between RHLI and RRC), head between Gaumesnil and Cintheaux, cross the N158 and then turn right. Make up your mind whether GG were in the wrong location or whether a post-war narrator has filled in the gaps incorrectly. Eyewitness accounts, especially those narrated years after the event, are always the most unreliable. I think Stacey's words that we are discussing are directly taken from the 4 ArmdBde Ops log that I have just read through and posted excerpts from. Stacey used the same source documentation that we are. He had no access to post-war narratives - especially the SS-obsessed narratives that cloud, if not pollute, the histograph.