I am the grandson of Mr Leslie John Blud - 5109677. I am trying gain clarity as to how and where he was captured by the German Army and hopefully be able to find reputable information relative to the 4+ years he was a POW. I don't believe he was part of the Wormhout Massacre (as some 8th Bn were - yet to be confirmed) but undoubtedly part of the action in/around Dunkirk/Comines Canal/Escaut Canal. What we do know is that he was shot at close range and of course survived. He laid deathly still under dead body/s until clear, and was then taken captive some days later by a regular German Army troop. My Gran has said they (the few survivors) were treated surprisingly well at this time, and throughout his 4+ years as a POW. Over the course of the war, he was marched from France/Belgium as far east as Poland. Specifics of when and where are totally unknown, and this is where I would dearly love to gain more information. Any help is greatly appreciated.