My Grandfather is Pete N Lunstad and he served in WWII. Our family has very limited information about his time spent in the service due to him not willing to talk about his experience. He often referred to this time when asked as to let bygones be bygones. I can only imagine with a very heavy heart the things he witnessed and was subjected to during this time in his life. I am attempting to retrace his steps and would greatly appreciate any help with directions on how to uncover more about his time serving. Enlisted on May 6, 1942 in Missoula, Montana Parent Unit: 0019 Parent Type: 06 Arm or Service: Corps of Engineers Arm or Service Code: CE: Corps of Engineer POW information - First Report: 02-19-1943 Area: North African Theatre Tunisia Detained by Germany Camp - Stalag 2b Hammerstein 99 Work Camps in V Last Report: 06-12-1945 Pete did mention that he was part of the Death March. He was a POW for approximately 2 years and 4 months. During this time his oldest brother received notification from the US Government that Pete had died. I would greatly appreciate any information anyone might have on my grandfather or any advice on how to find out more about this time in his life. Thank you in advance.