I need some help with these two tablets below if possible? I only have the war diaries of the I London Scottish for Jan-Mar 44! In the Regimental History Of The London Scottish in the Second World War 1939-45 by C.N. Barclay it says the following on page 130: While in this area the Division was honoured by a visit from His Majesty King George VI, who, in talking to Lt Col Law, promised to convey the Battalion's loyal greetings to their Honorary Colonel, Her Majesty the Queen. The Pipes and Drums played in Rome and attracted great attention. The Battalion was also represented at a (Memorial Service in the English Church of All Saints) in Rome, where a tablet was unveiled to the fallen of the 1st Division, whom the Battalion had fought at Anzio. I'm looking for the exact date has to when these truly unique tablets was unveiled. I was not present when a nice chap took the photos of them. Frank, I'm glad you did. I've looked at the Anglican Church Rome Website & I cant see the info I'm looking for! The one other diary that I've read for the month of June, 44 is the 1 DWR ( Duke of Wellington's Regiment). I could be missing something. I will need to read it again &the answer is probably within them. Regards, Stu.