My grandfather from Shetland, was a merchant seamen on the S.S Glen Tilt which escaped from Norway on 9 April 1940 after the Germans had invaded. The S.S Glen Tilt was among the last merchant ships to escape Norway. She was part of Convoy HN.25 which departed Norwegian Waters (anchorage at Frøysjøen fjord 61 N, 5°E) on 9 April 1940 and arrived in Methil in Scotland on 12 April 1940. The convoy consisted of 10 British and 30 neutral ships. The Royal Navy detailed HMS Tartar and the Polish destroyers Blyskawica, Grom and Burza to meet up and escort HN 25 safely to the port of Methil in Scotland. I checked with the National Archives at Kew, London but they don’t have any records on the HMS Tartar or the Polish destroyers Blyskawica, Grom and Burza for this period. However, I now have online access to Polish naval archive records for the ORP Błyskawica, one of the naval escorts from his convoy. They came online last week at the Polish Institute and Sikorski Museum in London at Polish Institute and Sikorski Museum following digitising. The records are very detailed and include the ships naval logs and cover the 4 day period I am looking at from 9-12 April 1940. All the written reports are in Polish, so I will need a Polish interpreter who has experience of Polish naval history and can translate it all into English for me. Do you know anybody who could do this for me either in Poland or the UK? I would be happy to pay for this service. Thank you.