I am currently in the process of reaseraching those men from our village who are commemorated on its War Memorial. I have come across a couple of men who are not shown on the memorial nor the scroll in the local church, among them being Serjeant William Henry Beckett, Service No. 2653992 who I came acrossby sheer accident as he married a woman from our village. His date of death is given as 1st. June 1940 and a Google search states the Guards were rushed to reinforce the line near Funes around this time. More surprisingly the British troops had been routed and The Guards restored order by shooting several of the fleeing troops and turning others around at the point of the bayonet. I find it amazing that British troops would shoot their own troops and am quizzical to know if an inquiry was ever held in to this incident at a later date?