(Having trouble posting pictures on here, hopefully the files I mention are at the bottom of the post). I posted some time ago about a relative who was in the above camps and that I had recently found his letters and postcards. I then moved house and "lost" them. I have now re-found them and are going through getting them in date order etc prior to transcribing. This is going to be quite an effort as I estimate there to be upwards of 200 of them and of course the writing is difficult to figure out sometimes. From the few I have read at random they are also pretty mundane: "please send socks...received socks, thank you...". I have pulled out a couple of things of interest to share: 1) This makes me laugh: a letter from my relative's father to C/O asking of whereabouts of son (early 1940, about to be shipped to BEF). C/O says can't tell you which country, very secret etc. then suggests he write to his son c/o BEF France! 2) More poignant this one: Richard was captured on 21st May 1940. I can only imagine the horror of his parents waiting at home until this note arrived from the Red Cross on 31/07/40 saying he was safe.