I am looking into the death of a local man for my history project about the mining village I live in. I am having great difficulty in finding the location of this battery on 10th May 1940. I have tried web searching and the National Archives but no digital info is available and as I live in the NE I am unable to visit Kew. I suspect they were located around the HQ (Rear) BEF in the area of Tournia as he is buried in Foyennes CWGC cemetery . Initial casualty reports say he was killed 'accidentally' but this changed to, Killed in Action a few days later. I am suspecting that he may have died as a result of ,misfiring or mishandling, of ammunition rather than direct action of the enemy. It would make a good story towards my WW2 section of the history I am attempting to write. All and any help would be much appreciated.