Hi All, I have posted before on the events of the 21 May 1940 in Calonne, regarding the 8th Warwicks. I’ve been trying to get a better picture personally of the events that happened between 19 May and 21 May 1940, in the Calonne and Bruyelle area. It’s clear that there was significant fighting that spread across the the two towns and beyond. I was particularly interested in events of 19 May 1940, because as far as I can tell nothing particularly happened. Yet between the two cemeteries their are 7 graves. I have seen the War Diary of the 8th Warwicks and seen on an another post the war diary of the 5th Gloucester, both fail to signify any event that could have caused a casualty. That leaves four graves that I have been unable to find information for (or the absence of information). They would be two men from the Royal Artillery (5th Medium Reg and 27 Bt 4 AA reg?), one from the Royal Corps of Signals (42nd Div) and one from the Royal Army Ordnance Corps. Does anyone have any broad, or any specific information regarding how these 6 men may have passed, and the events of 19 May 1940 in Bruyelle. Thank you.