I am currently researching my unit's battle honours, and the reason we were awarded those honours; our part in the fighting. Information on some of the honours has been easy to find, either through books, online documentation or our War Diaries. However there is one battle honour (Villers Bocage) that I am turning up a blank, it seems that we were not present! I was wondering if it is possible to access the supporting documentation for the awarding of these battle honours. If this is possible, can any one give me an idea on the process on how to obtain the information? Jennie Edited: The Regiment was, is the Westminster Dragoons. One of three flail tank regiments that supported the fighting in NW Europe, clearing mine fields for the other teeth arms. The famous battle for Villers took place an June 13th 1944, but there were subsequent actions up till the end of July that took place close to the village. As I understand, we gained Villers bocage on the 4th august, when the Germans collapsed, and retreated from the village. As I said, it would be interesting, if it exists to be able to access and read the supporting paper work. I do believe the supporting paper work for medal citations are available fro m Kew, so I was wondering if the Battle honour paper work is available?