This is taken from a comment on Flying to Victory on amazon (https://www.amazon.ca/Flying-Victor...lishaw&qid=1552904805&s=books&sr=1-1-fkmrnull) "Contrary to what the author states, British ground forces anti-aircraft fire was not that effective against Italian planes. The 11th Hussars diary, for instance, is clear on that score. Last, but not least, Italian ground strikes (especially between Dec. 14th and 16th) are altogether downplayed as nearly insignificant. Instead, Italian pilots reported about scores of British vehicles and other material damaged, knocked out or destroyed, and no matter what some British accounts state, the fact that some important damage was inflicted is borne out by 11th Hussars being pulled out of the line for rest and refit after Dec. 15th and the British advance slowed down considerably for 48 hours. " Does anyone have the WD of 11th Hussars for December 1940?