Just new here starting research. I love this site, so much information. My dad would have loved it too. I don't know at lot at this point. Waiting for service records. What I do know is he enlisted in Canada in 1942. He trained at Camp Borden in Ontario. He left Canada on Dec 26,1942 from Halifax. He was with the 1st Hussars, I believe it was C squadron. He was a wire op. in a tank. His commander was Lieutenant WAP Smith. Trying to put together where he was and when. I know he fought at Caen, Falaise, Battle of Bulge, Gap? He was on the front lines for a year. he was honorably discharged February 1946. He was overseas for 4 years. He came back to Canada in 1946 and married and raised a family of Seven girls. It was kind of fitting that he never had a son and had to send him off to war. His was a very kind, loving, gentle father. He did not talk about the war much. He used to be afraid of thunderstorms. I think it reminded him of battle noise. Him and our mother died in a car accident in 1995 when he was 72 yrs old. I am so proud of him and would like to learn more. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.