Marilyn, thank you for responding to this inquiry. You have been the only one that I have corresponded with, to have a family member in Stalag Luft lll.In doing research for my uncles time as a POW, I came across a article in an Arkansas newspaper. This article was relating the awarding of the Legion of Merit, postumisly to Ewell McCright who was captured at the start of the war and was imprisoned in Stalag Luft lll. This man was given a job at the prison camp of keeping a journal of all the POW's in camp and the circumstances in which they had been caught...etc.It was not an easy job to undertake and keep secret from the Germans. Mr. McCright understood the importance of his work and choose to carry his journals instead of extra clothing and food during the forced march out of camp. The journals were given to an Arnold Benton in Arkansas after the death of Mr. McCright. The journals were found in a footlacker were they had been locked away for 45 yrs. Arthur Benton transcribed all of the ledgers and self published them into a book titled "Behind the wire:Stalag Luft lll,South Compound". I was able to contact Mr. Benton and was able to purchase the book for I believe, $28 + s+h.It is a very large book with the list of all POW's in the South compound only.My uncles name was not mentioned in that list, but he may have been in another compound. There was I believe within that camp the South,/east and Center compounds for American POW's. The North I believe was just for the British and not sure if there was a West compound.But Mr. Benton is listed in Benton,Arkansas if you would like to contact him for this book. And thank you, I am interested in what ever you can give me that you have on this subject. It is greatly appreciated. You can e-mail me firstname.lastname@example.org where we can discuss what you may have and what you are willing to share.