Does anyone know what 226th Battery, 57th (1/5th Battalionn, The East Surrey Regtiment.) Anti-Tank Regiment were doing around the end of May? I've found one chap buried in St. Sylvestre-Cappel which suggests some of them may have been fighting with 5 RHA at Hondeghem and St. Sylvestre. They receive no mention in any written records I've read about being there, could their involvemnet have been overlooked? There's a fair few casualties recorded on the Dunkirk Memorial and some buried at Longuenesse (St. Omer) Souvenir Cemetery who's dates of death fit -There was a German Field Hospital and CCS situated at St. Omer at the time which would explain some of the units casualties being buried there. Also 5th Battery, 2nd Searchlight Regiment is reported to have 80 personnel involved in the fighting but only have one recorded casualty. Geoff's Wonderful Search Engine returns 23 Casualties from 226 Battery, 57th Anti-Tank Regiment, not all could have been involved looking at their final resting places but a significant amount could have been. I'm thinking a Royal Artillery unit may have been wrongly indentified ? Any thoughts?