My father, who passed away 5 years ago aged 88,spent several years, prior to his decline in health, writing his memories of his Army life during WW2. They are in a folder marked "Memoirs of Army Life 1943-1947. H.G.Payne" The folder contains stories, pictures, badges, German currency, his dog tags, certificate of transfer to the Army Reserve, a booklet entitled "30th Corps in Germany", safe conduct sheets, his Demob notice, his Soldiers Release Book, his Soldier's Service and Pay Book, a book entitled "106 Club" which is a record of all members of the 106 Bridge Company, a souvenir of Stalag 10B Prisoner of War Camp at Sandbostel (it's a carved piece of wood made for him and exchanged for a packet of cigarettes....which depicts the machine gun towers and the 30 Corps badge of the Wild Boar Rampant)..... and so much more, it's absolutely fascinating, if a little jumbled. My daughter and I have toyed with the idea of publishing my father's memoirs, because it's a shame to leave such a wealth of knowledge and information just sitting in a cupboard! Would anyone know how we would go about this, and who would be interested in these memoirs?