Whilst doing the rounds at Dunkirk I visited the Military Cemetery at Esquelbecq where the soldiers from the Wormholt massacre are buried. Whilst there in the corner I found four or five grave stones of German soldiers from the First World War. Nothing unusual there but next to them I found this which I thought rather strange. Looking at the date of his death I would have thought the area would have been well clear of any German troops by then. Any thoughts on this? The second point I thought unusual was next to this stone was a British soldier. (I am kicking myself for not taking a picture because I've forgotten the details) It was the only British one which is wny it struck me as strange to be buried next to 6 or 7 Germans in the corner out of the way. Any thoughts on this too ?