Today I've been busy moving some stuff from one house to another. During this I happened upon a folder that I thought had been lost last time I moved. The folder contained paper work and maps from my Grandfathers time as a member of 6th Guards Tank Brigade serving in North West Europe. One of the items in this folder was a booklet entitled: 21st (British) Army Group in the Campaign in North West Europe 1944-1945 lecture by Field-Marshal Sir Bernard L. Montgomery To The Royal United Service Institution London Was this something that everyone who served with 21st (British) Army Group received or was my Grandad just a light fingered ******? There is also a map of the area around Bayeaux and Caen, this is in pretty bad shape but considering it made it through WW2 and 60+ years of sitting in the attic I'd like to preserve it. I was thinking of getting it framed, but given the delicate nature of the map I'm not sure if this is the best way. Is there anyone out there who's ever preserved an item like this and could offer some advice?