I've just joined having stumbled across the site while trying to access the battle records and diaries, as well as service record, of my Uncle, Lt.-Col Rule Maxwell Glasse Wetherall. He was in the Northamptonshire Regiment, 2nd Battalion, and died in action on 28th May 1940 near St Eloi, Belgium during the retreat to Dunkirk. His service number was 15089. I have found that he was buried in the Wijtschate Military Cemetery, Belgium and have a photograph (from the web) of his headstone. However, I have had no luck at all in accessing his military record, the Regiment's Battle Diaries or any other details. It's all out there somewhere, and if anyone can point me in the right direction I would be very grateful! Thank you! Tim P.S. Having read some wonderful accounts of experiences on this site, notably 225 REME, and seen mention of National Archives, I would appreciate guidance as to access to their archives. I live in Portugal now, so a personal visit would be difficult. Thank you!