Hello, I'm quite new to this forum as I just found it today, so Im sorry if this is in the wrong place, or Im out of place doing this. But I'm trying to find out more about what happened to my grandfather during World War 2. He was a civilian arrested in 1943, and was sent to Sachsenhausen after being held at Grini in Norway for a short time. He was arrested for using and owning a radio which he and his family used to listen to the english as well as norwegian broadcasts as I've understood. He never really talked about anything that happened to him during the war, but I've gotten some stories here and there from other relatives that he did talk a bit to. I know he sat in Barrack #24 from he was arrested until the end of the war, and we think that he sat with some russians, as he knew a bit of russian words after the war, though we can't say it for sure. His prisoner number was N-74244, and his name was Johannes Bjerkgaard. I've sent a request to ICRC Archives, to try to find out more through them, but I thought i'd also look for some more information myself. I do have some letters someplace at home that I can upload if this is of interest. They were sent from the camp and written by german soldiers I presume, as they are all in German. Could any of you help direct me to any sites that might contain some information about this, or help me at all? Thank you in advance, - Kergash.