WO2 (BSM) Sydney Arthur Lake (67 Field Regt, RA) died on 5 May 1944 aged 32, he was born late in 1911 at Newton Abbot in Devon. He was a pre-war regular soldier in the Hampshire Regt and had served in India pre-war after transferring to the RA. The WW2 Roll of Honour (CD) says he died in the Italian theatre of operations however the Commonwealth War Graves Commission shows him commemorated on the Brookwood Memorial which is normally used for chaps with no known graves such as SOE, SAS, bomb disposal, UK based soldiers lost on raids against enemy occupied Europe and soldiers lost aboard ships/aircraft in western europe. If he had died in Italy and had no known grave he should be commemorated on the Cassino Memorial. Can anybody help me to understand this please ? What could he have been up to ?