Hello, Are there any diaries eg his desk diaries or appointments that can pinpoint Churchill's whereabouts during the war. I'm trying to find out where he was around the 20th to the 27th September 1942. In his book "Lonesome Road", George Harsh, (convicted of murder in 1928, sentenced to hard labour on a Georgia chain gang, pardoned in 1940 after saving the life of a fellow prisoner, joined the RCAF, shot down in 1942 and became the security officer for the Great Escape committee at Stalag Luft III), claims to have been briefed by Churchill prior to a raid on the submarine pens at Flensburg on 23rd Sept 1942 whilst with 102 Squadron at Pocklington. The Squadron Orbs and the Station Orbs make no mention of a visit by Churchill nor are there any photo's or accounts by other airmen there at the time to suggest he ever visited. There are however locals who remember seeing Churchill in the area but unfortunately cannot recall exactly when they saw him, it is known that one of Churchill's relatives had a stately home in the area and he is thought to have visited him from time to time Having explored all the official history at the Pocklington end and coming up with nothing I wondered if there is anything in any Churchill history that might place him in the area around that time. Thanks.