While researching my grandfathers service, I came across the form that was sent to him and his father notifying them that his brother was killed in action in western europe on 1st march 1945. Since Finding the form I've managed to find where he was was part of the Normandy landings at Sword beach and that he was buried at Reichswald Forest War Cemetery in Germany: Casualty I'd noticed that some people have access to some 1st Battalion's war diary scans and was wondering if they might have something from the end of February / 1st March 1945 range that may explain what happened to him. Thank you in advance! Name: Richard Thomas Brayne Service Number: 5116194 Died: 01/03/1945 Age: 29 1st Bn. Royal Norfolk Regiment Edit: I did notice the Grave registration scan shows at least 11 others from the 1st battalion passing away on the same day.