One of mine had a dead relation who served as an officer in Probyns Horse (5th King Edward's Own) in WW2 in Burma. Two questions... 1) There is a shedload of stuff... medals, silk battle maps, weapons (decommissioned) and other tat which I would like to see go to a good home. Where should I send it? 2) How the **** did a Highland Scotsman end up in Probyns Horse at the start of WW2? Would it be a family connection? How did recruitment work at the start of WW2? Most of mine rocked up and got assigned to the Northumberland Fusiliers or the DLR. So how did my dead ancestor end up in Probyns? I am more interested in answer 2). If push comes to shove I will punt his medals and stuff to the Imperial War Museum. Thanks for any help.