I'm looking for the war diary entries for dates around November 1944 for the 49th Reconnaissance Regiment, particularly those that have any information about the circumstances surrounding the battle that took place around Panningen / Maasbree area of the Netherlands (19th - 29th November 1944) in which John Tallack and several others were KIA. I know John has been mentioned a few times on the forum (Roll of Honour, etc.) I'm researching this (particularly John Tallack) as I now live in the village in the Netherlands where he is buried (I'm a British expat) and we have recently adopted his grave as part of the CWGC Charity to look after and maintain graves and research those who have fallen. We did this (not only because we want to make sure this is properly looked after and maintained) because I have another relative (great uncle) who was also Recce (44th Recce) who was KIA and buried in Tunisia (Tpr Thomas Steventon). Although I have a wealth of information about my relative, his grave is somewhat further away and more difficult to maintain from such a distance. So we adopted John Tallack's as a way to pay homage to him, my relative and all others who fell defending our nation. Any help with the above war diary would be greatly appreciated!