I don't propose anybody spend time researching traces of this chap on Ustica unless something turns up that specifically points in that direction. The reason I originally mentionned Ustica in this thread was not to suggest that was where he ended up, but to highlight that the experiences he retold were more than likely accurate even if it transpires the location was wrong. I chose to use Ustica as an example because the Yugoslav angle which interested me pushed it to the front of the queue. Despite some of the information seeming to align, at best, Ustica is just one of several on a list of possible locations if Lampedusa is discounted. That having been said, the 'Ustica example' also highlights some of the difficulties in researching for this sort of information. For example, Ustica is not listed as having a POW camp, and yet (Yugoslav) POWs were held there having been designated as 'internal' prisoners. Are there other places that held POWs on a semi-permanent bases which are not listed on a POW camp database? Moreover, the official documentation now extant or reproduced in literature seems to be of less help than the individual account of a camp survivor. It is from the latter that we learn of captured Americans, sanitary conditions, camp conditions and deaths etc.