My grandfather is a character. He's coming 93 and served during WWII. The problem is that at the end of the war he was shell-shocked. Sadly I've only ever had brief conversations with him about his service, and they were years ago. I'd like to find out more, but it's as if asking him even rudimentary questions about his service is out of bounds. I know he was an engineer. I heard he was involved in the D-Day landings, and fought at Caen. Also, I remember being told that he was involved in an incident involving the sinking of an amphibious tank but survived, unlike one of his compatriots. Where can I find a register of soldiers that served in WWII, so that I can track his service details down, so as to develop a greater understanding of the man? Cheers.