Apologies if I'm asking a stupid question which has already been asked on here. I am trying to find out more about the actions of 2nd Bn Coldstream Guards during the early days of WW2. My great uncle served in the battalion and was killed in Tunisia in early 1943. I believe he also went to France with the battalion in 1939 and came back with them from Dunkirk and would like to find out if he definitely was with them then and also a bit more about the battalion's actions around the time when he was killed. I hope you'll forgive the bone question but are such things as unit war 'diaries' available at the Public Record Office?