On behalf of a friend, I'm researching the background to CAPTAIN KEITH DOUGLAS EDRUPT (143520) who was on attachment to the 10th Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment, from the Essex Regiment. Captain Edrupt died on 4 February 1944 and his grave / memorial is in the Rome War Cemetery. Do any Pals have a copy of 10/Royal Berks war diary for the period? As part of the 2nd London Infantry Brigade I'm aware that the battalion was taking part in the Anzio operations at that time. What I'd like to know is where it was, and what was it doing, on or about 4 February 1944. Also, I appreciate that war diaries rarely mentioned individuals by name but, as a relatively senior officer, is there any reference to Captain Edrupt? Most of my other researches relate to World War One, so I'm unsure what is the significance of the CWGC site referring to Captain Edrupt's "Date of Death". Does this mean that his death was by natural causes or some accident rather that KIA or DOW? David T.