Hello I'm just old enough to remember the "interesting" things about WW2 like seeing the sky filled with aircraft from horizon to horizon and a V1 blowing all our windows and doors out. I'm now almost completely retired and have spend the last few years reading books and sifting through declassified documents at the National Archives researching WW2 wireless interception. I've been interested in radio since I was a schoolboy and have had a ham radio licence since 1980. There were a number of secret Y stations in the St Albans area where I live. I've given a few talks about the subject to radio cubs and a couple at Bletchley Park and I'm always amazed at the valuable information people come forward with at these events. I can't help with most WW2 subjects but I hope I may be of some help on the subject of wireless intelligence gathering. I have put up a simple web site about Y stations just as a try out at - http://www.freewebs.com/ystations/ and have been involved with the rebuilding of this site:- www.secretlisteners.org The page on Direction Finding is mine. I would be pleased to hear from anyone with information about, or may have been involved with, wireless interception and direction finding and will do my best to find answers to any questions anyone on the forum may have. All the best Stan Harpenden "Without the radio interceptors, Bletchley Park would have had nothing to decode"