My father would have been 100 years old last September. He enlisted in the army in 1939 and served at Dunkirk and in North Africa in the British 8th Army. He was an army medic in the RAMC. He died in 1969, and among his papers was a menu for the VE Day dinner, May, 1945. Nothing fancy, of course, just a sheet of paper with typewriting. I don't know how it would have been duplicated for everybody in his unit; maybe he managed to get the only copy! Roast beef with Yorkshire pud. I had the menu framed and mounted. It was hanging in my living room. Unfortunately, it was stolen from me about fifteen years ago. Trusting people never gets any easier. There was a header - and it mentioned VE Day in May, 1945 and also "RAMC". I also remember "98" as part of a title of his unit, also, "Warrant Officers and Non-Commissioned Officers" - but maybe that is who the dinner was for. He was a sergeant. Does anybody have any knowledge of the "98" - or what it would have referred to? Recall that it would have been a medical unit. Also, are there personnel records available that I could access about his military service for seven or eight years, 1939 - 1946? I read somewhere that some British WW2 record won't be available for another several or more years. I don't know enough about this! God Bless you all! I am a Vietnam War veteran; my dad and I were both sergeants, too. I have our medals mounted. Thanks very much for any help you can give me! Cheers!