My Grandfather was in the Oxs and Bucks during the second world war. I unfortunately never got to much out of him in the way of stories, he did however mention landing on sword beach on D-Day. I have done some research and find this a strange claim as the 1st battalion OBLI was part of the 53rd welsh Div and didn't land until later in June. He was a tradesman (VM) and was involved in the waterproofing of vehicles for D-day so am wondering if he may have been detached and joined his unit later. Unfortunately using google doesn't really get me anywhere as the net is dominated by the more famous Ox and Bucks at Pegasus bridge. I think the 1st battalion Buckingham Regt was the Sword beach "brick" for D-day, would they have inter changed personnel? Can anyone suggest a good website I could look at to gain some further info?