Hey guys, Need some help. I picked up this cigarette case at the flee market in Ukraine. The seller told me that it belonged to German POW in Soviet Union. So I guess its a form "POW camp art." I'm currently based in Germany and I think it would be massive to find the family of this German soldier and give the case back to them. Knowing the harsh reality of Soviet GULAG, this cig case could be a last thing that they have left from their grandfather. Below some photos: The first photo shows writing "Alma-Ata 19.2.47 Sibirien Karaganda" - all the geolocations where lots of German POWs perished in the past. The second photo shows translated as "What I miss the most is my home." The third photo has what I’m assuming is his name and address: Heinz Klesper Neuenhöhe 9 WermelsKirchen, Rhld. The closest address that I found on Google maps was at Google Maps. The forth photo is his initials on the front of the case H.K. Where should I start looking?