I've been researching my Great Uncle's movements during WW2. Not a great amount is known of what he done and the circumstances surrounding his death. I've actually got his full military record from the MOD on order however it's a 6 - 9 month ETA. In the meantime the facts I know are below - Trooper Donald Frederick Cornwallis Stuart 7th Royal Tank Regiment R.A.C. Service No. 328599 Date of Death - 14/11/1942 I know from research that the 7th RTC were captured at Tobruk during the battle of Gazala around mid-1942. Other then the above, the only other information is a story that has been passed through the family, how accurate it is I do not know. It states that he was on a hospital ship with a leg injury and that the ship was torpedoed which is why there is no official grave for him. ANY help, would be greatly appreciated and I'd like to thank you in advance for any replies.