I don't know if I'm posting this in the right place or not. I have a treasure trove of items my father brought back from Germany from WWII. Nazi armbands, a Nazi flag, cigarette cases with the Nazi symbol, a huge box of Bavarian medals I'm sure he took from private homes... too many items to mention. However, among all this "stuff" was a box of postcards. They were obviously written by people who were on vacation to various areas, mainly in the 1920's and early 1930's, to family members. There are addresses on these post-cards, of course. I am sure the descendants of the people who wrote these post cards would love to have them. Does anyone know how I can begin to track these people down so these "heirlooms" can go to the people who should have them?