Now before I start I should mention that I've worked as both a veterans psychologist and a memory psychologist... I know how difficult it can be to recall events after so long; in my case I can barely remember what happened last week (i'm not even joking). Questioning every aspect of a veterans account is not what I am doing here; and I also have no wish to dishonour the deceased gentleman involved. In fact I'm positive many of this individuals accounts are accurate; he even makes a point of saying that this is how he remembers them and they may not be "as they happened". Basically I have come across a highly cited online account of the 2nd Bn coldstream (no link) in ww2; and a lot of the details simply don't fit. Names of deceased, locations, dates.... especially events. Its not even like a veteran account I've encountered before, its more like someone completely uninvolved filled in the blanks with something interesting. I'm slightly concerned because the number of times this site has been used in ww2 books on the 1st guards, 2nd B coldstream, 6th armoured division, tunisia, italy ect, is... to put it frankly, a lot. From Ken fords mailed fist, to American Illiad (18th RCT) its been cited as one of the only veterans accounts (up until now) of places like longstop/sbiba/ornito. It does make you very greatful for the accounts we have from living veterans on this site. In case you're wondering no I'm not planning to do anything about this source, philosophically I believe part of recalling an event is part of living history, hower I was wondering if anyone else had any experience with skewed sources... if you haven't be warned from just taking accounts of the internet as written gospel!