Hi, I am currently researching my late grandfathers war history. His name is Kenneth BROOKES. He was from Sheffield, England and was part of the 2901 RAF Regiment Squadron as a gunner. He was captured on the island of Cos on the 3rd October, 1943 and remained a POW till the 20th February, 1946. As far as I can gather he spent time in Stalag Luft III, Sagan, and then Stalag VIIA, Moosburg. Ken was a quiet man, who never told his family anything about his war history. My mother remembers that as a child, one of her favourite memories was secretly reading an book that her father kept hidden in the top of his wardrobe. She remembers the book being full of wonderful hand drawn pictures, poetry and accounts of camp life - sadly, his treasured book, along with other heirlooms was stolen from him during his emmigration to Australia. We have also been unable to find much information on the action on Cos during which he was captured. We are trying to find the story behind his capture, his life while incarcerated in Poland, and experiences during the "Death March". Accounts which may have been told in Kens own words once. Any help, or guidance would be very much appreciated.