I interviewed a B-17 pilot that was shot down Oct. 13. 1944 over Yugoslavia. He said that a British agent gathered him and 50 other airmen into the town of Sanski Most in northwestern Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is located on the Sana River in Bosanska Krajina, between Prijedor and Ključ. The agent radioed their location, the village set fires in a field, a C-47 landed (flown by Russian pilots he said) and took them back the Bari, Italy. I would like to get my hands on some of the documents that might tell me who this agent was. Or I would like to find the reports filed about the mission. I'm almost positive it was connected to Operation Halyard. So who should I contact about this? The Imperial War Museum did not have anything is there a center for declassified OSS and SOE files?