Hello fellow war talkers! I am new to war research, having taken an interest only upon recently learning my grandfather was a soldier in North Africa in the 1940s. I am very interested in acquiring any knowledge at all of his movements after he was taken prisoner, as all I have are family stories. His name was Fred Anthony Ernstzen. He was a Private in the South African Union Army as of 9 January 1941. He served in the Cape Corps attached to the Q Services Corps, 5th Brigade: 1st Division. His service number was C274832. He ended up in Northern France in 1944. If anyone can help me piece together his movements dating from his capture in North Africa, it would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks!