WWII Diary makes it home

Cortez writes "Anything is possible if you wait long enough: http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-journal2ju n02,0,5411009,print.story
"A Book 60 Years Overdue: Bill Ferguson last saw his wartime diary at a German prison camp in 1945. This spring, the journal was returned -- with quite a backstory.""


Thanks for the link. A great story.

I have 2 or 3 diaries from World War I, I think. My dad used to go to auctions and buy boxes of miscellaneous stuff--old pipe cleaners, empty planters, crappy pocket knives--in hopes of finding overlooked treasure. As a teen, I was so intrigued by the journals, but haven't looked at the journals since I've been online. I bet I'd have a good shot at finding an owner or relative.