This is a shot in the dark but hopefully someone can help. I recently heard the story of an American (possibly a pilot) who went by the surname of Jackson. He asked from a prisoner of war camp in Les Hogues, Eure, Normandy. No one locally can tell me any more than that and I want to find out as much as I can. All I know is that he escaped in 1944. The POW camp in Les Hogue was also the scene where five members of the allied forces were executed after refusing to fix a German truck that had broken down. They now lay in the local graveyard. Any help in identifying this American would be much appreciated. I have enquired at the local town hall and they have confirmed the story as apparently being true but they don't any documents on the incident. Any informaton that I learn will be passed on to the council for their archives. Cheers for now, Alex.