Hi lads, I was wondering if anyone here could point me to some good sources dealing with the 6th airbourne 13th parachute Battalion. Recently, I was helping my mum with some paperwork when she showed me some of my grandfathers documents from WWII and was suprised to discover he really had been a paratrooper. See, I'd known for a long time that he'd been a pre-war regular with the Prince of Wales Volunteers (later South Lancashires) but from derisive things my gran had said I'd always assumed he'd never actually been near any fighting and put the few tales of para daring do he'd told me as a child down to tall tales designed to impress a young lad. Given all this, imagine my utter shock, suprise (and a touch of regret) to see the 13th Parachute battalion listed on his papers and later, a photo of a smocked-up, STEN totting warry bastard grinning back at me from some badly neglected photos. So I'd really love it if anyone can point me to some good websites or books that give a good account of the 13ths actions during the war. I know they were part of D-day, but most info I can find on the 6th airbourne deals with Pegasus bridge. Thank's for any help.