An archive of letters of WW2 letters home is being edited with the view to publication. The writer, a Lt. in the R.A.C., was involved in the investigation of Polish P.O.W.s that went on the rampage after the German capitulation. In a letter of August 1945 the writer, who had previously arrested a Pole in the possession of a revolver, reported that 'the case was heard in the High Court, and after giving my evidence . . . he was given 20 years in clink.' At the time the writer was station at RAISDORF, Sleisweg-Holstein, near Kiel. The question is, is there way of locating the trial record, if it still exists?