Somewhere in the region (De Panne - Dunkirk) where operation Dynamo took place this well hiden mural painting can be found. I was informed about this mural by a local historian and it took me serveral atempts to be granted access. As the owners are not that fund of visitors I was asked to not share the location. Although there is no exact proof, it is claimed to be painted at time of the withdrawl of the BEF on Dunkirk, more exactly by a British soldier. A possible theory goes that this mural contains much symbolism and depicts the tudorrose escaping to safety from the grasp of enemy hands. We also know for a fact that this location was occupied by the Germans for the duration of the war... so it is questionable if this mural is in fact British (although the symbolism seems to proof soo), because one can assume that the Germans would have destroyed it... unless if they were artlovers. Any other thoughts on the (possible) symbolism in this mural?