Anyone who wants to read my Dad's first hand account of the Dunkirk Beaches might like to go to Grim Determination - D-Day. I've just spent the last year editing his memoirs and it looks like I've just found a publisher. You can read the Dunkirk chapter at this link and also register for more info about publication when available next year. I apologise in advance if this posting is regarded as spamming the forum but there is quite a lot on the site, including all my Dad's war photos and a remembrance page for all his former comrades, some of whom died very bloody deaths. Thanks, Paul PS Members might find the web site of my Dad's war diary helpful in tracking old soldiers. It's a long shot but there are over 200 names mentioned, either in his memoir or his notebooks and diaries etc. Dad was in the Green Howards, East Yorks and East Lancs at different times during the war although he fought alongside a number of other regiments which are also listed. If you do see a name that means something to you, please do get in touch with me and I'll see what other information I have. I am especially keen to track people down to bring closure to their stories and have had some poignant results already through relatives emailing me.