This article is from a British magazine called Illustrated and is dated 9/4/55 and documents the visit of a war widow to her husband's grave in Italy. The soldier in question was Casualty L/Cpl Victor Da Silva Smith, 5779316, 1st Bn DLI. Died 17/11/44, aged 32. Husband of Flora Martin Smith, of Brightlingsea, Essex. Cesena War Cemetery, Italy, II D 4. Reported accidentally killed, Italy, 17/11/44. Originally enlisted The Royal Norfolk Regiment. Details above from casualty lists and the CWGC. As the article makes clear, visiting a war grave in Europe was a very difficult undertaking for most people in that era before cheap international travel. So, actor, columnist and former wartime BBC newsreader, Wilfred Pickles steps in to help. A copy of the magazine was for sale on the web a few years back and I took the liberty of saving these pages. The quality is not great, but it is just about readable and it is a moving story that deserves rediscovery. Resized second page, may be a bit easier to read.