Hi all Just wondering if any of the experts had any information on my Nanas brother John Edward Wilson who was killed in action at Monte Cassino on the 30th of January 1944. Having looked at the date of death it seems quite a few (13 I think) others in the DLI were killed that day and some from other regiments at the same place. I just wondered if there were any records from commanding officers as to his fate or if there was any knowledge about if there was a particular push that day or anything really. Also if there are any records of him in his time with the regiment, anything really. It would be nice for my mam My nana died a year ago now (she was 94). During the war she worked in an ammunition factory, in Hebburn (South Tyneside) - Reyrolles I think, unfortunately she would never speak of it as it reminded her of John's death and equally she wouldnt speak about him either eas it upset her too much but it's something that I've wanted to look into more for a while now. I think the only information she ever told anyone about what happened to him was that he was blown up. How true this is I dont know. My mam would have loved to have taken her to the memorial at Cassino but she wouldnt have made it even in her younger days... so when the world is open again its something I need to do. It's the least I can do. Incase you need it - John was from Jarrow in Co. Durham (now South Tyneside). Not sure if you need further info from me but I appreciate those who read this and help. I feel more than abit emotional typing this so I'll leave it at that. Thanks in advance. Best regards Andy NB - not sure if I'm supposed to add tags so more people read or how this works etc.