Hello Everyone I hope you don't mind me using your site to try and find out a little more about how and where my great uncle died, as no-one in my family has ever been able to give me any real information (although I do not think the family were able to find out very much at the time). I have been trawling various internet sites and managed to get some information from the Commonwealth War Graves site, but I would really be interested to know the circumstances of his death. My great uncle was Sgt George Smith (Drum Major) of the East Surrey Regiment, 1st Batallion - R2691540. He reportedly died on 21 May 1940 (at the age of 30), and I know he is commemorated at the Dunkirk Memorial. I assume that means there is no grave for him so his body may have been left where he lay. I know some of you on this forum have previously mentioned that you have more detailed information on the casualties from the East Surrey Regiment. Grim as it might be, I really would like to know if there is more known about his death, as our family really have is that he died somewhere between the Belgian border and Dunkirk. If anyone is able to help, I would be really grateful as it would be a missing piece of the jigsaw. Many thanks.