To be honest, I have no idea where to post this question, but this forum seems to be the most relevant! My Granddad (i.e. my dad's dad) served in the RAF during World War II. I know that he was a rear-gunner on a Wellington bomber and was shot down. He then spent the rest of the war in Stalag Luft. I am not 100% sure when he was shot down, but I know he helped in the construction of 'Tom, Dick and Harry' (he helped to distribute the earth throughout the yard). This means he was there by January '43. He has avoided talking about the war for all of his life but in the last year or so this has changed. He is getting on now (he is 97) and my dad and I really aren't sure how many years he has left. Basically, I was hoping someone would be able to point me in the right direction to obtain his old service records (if such things still exist) or any other documents from the time that I could give to him, as I think he would appreciate this. Any information would be really helpful. Cheers.