I'm currently researching the rather strange tale of a British POW, Lance-Corporal Tom Wright, later a well-known dramatist and TV writer, and the evacuation of Lucy the Elephant from Munich Zoo to Innsbruck Zoo in 1944. The story served as the basis of Michael Winner's 1969 film Hannibal Brooks. I'd like to discover more information about this event. Wright was forced to become an elephant keeper at Munich whilst a POW and took care of Lucy. He led the elephant overland to Innsbruck to escape Allied bombing, saving the animal. I gather that Wright wrote his experiences down, but I can't locate them. Any assistance would be most gratefully received.