I'm researching the service of Sgt Wilburn Chubb (B78534), who was fatally wounded on 21 January 1944, and succumbed to his wounds on 2 February. I've managed to find the IRC war diaries for November and December 1943 as well as February 1944, but cannot for the life of me find the diary for January. As far as I can tell, January was a fairly quiet month for the IRC, but according to a letter the regiment's chaplain sent to Sgt Chubb's widow, he was wounded by enemy mortar fire in the IRC's "first major engagement" with the enemy since arriving in Italy. I've attached the Toronto Star announcement of Sgt Chubb's death, which is the only place I've found mention of the nature of his wound and the letter from the Chaplain. If anyone could help me fill in this gap, I'd hugely appreciate it.