Sharing because I am proud of my Grandpa: https://photos.app.goo.gl/1rmRl5hVjSVhtvPF2. These are letters and telegrams, exchanged between my Grandpa and Grandma end-May/start-June 1940 after he had escaped Dunkirk and been disbursed to Bristol. For me they are very emotional but for any researchers there may be some value in the content. Perhaps not. (I have the originals). Jerry Murland's book, "Cassel and Hazebrouck 1940: France and Flanders Campaign (Battle Lines)", inspired me to post here. My Grandpa (born in 1893) kept (pocket) diaries during the war (first and second). Sadly he lost everything at Dunkirk ... except for his life!