Hi all, I am hoping that this forum will be able to offer up some answers for my research. You never know I may even find some photos, but that's maybe a bit too ambitious. My reasons for being here are to research two individuals in particular; William Johnson b1923 | Army Number 61536852 | 43rd RTR and Royal Scots Grey's. Still alive today and still remembers some stories I hope to note down and share. Some have said war records are easy to decipher, but please remember to someone unfamiliar with army records (and old style handwriting), it is not easy. I didn't even know what RTR was for a while, let alone demob, LFA, SOS, Xii, 173d, etc, etc... The other guy is Joseph Glover Anderson 1918-1985, Loyal Regiment, who unfortunately was captured at Anzio landings and seems to have spent a while in POW hospital 344 Lager Lazaret XI - A Tanger-Hutte Sachsen, Prussia 52-12, before spending rest of time in POW camp Stalag XI-A. Not asking for anything in this post, but if you have anything you think might interest me, especially photographs, it would be appreciated. I plan of transcribing the war diaries I have, and will share once done along with an index of names mentioned in a separate document. I hope that someone will appreciated the lengthy task on transcribing, plus trying to keep as close to original doc as possible. Have a good Xmas folks!