I have recently discovered information about my father who died 20 years ago and sadly I never met him. He was an Italian PoW and I have a copy of his military record from Italy which states that he was captured by the British in December 1941 in Marmica. I believe he was a truck driver - his recode says he was assigned to "128° Autogruppo Pesante". He spent the rest of the war as a PoW working on a farm on the Isle of Wight. My mother was working on the same farm as a Land Girl, which is how I came about! But I was wondering if anyone can take a stab as to where he might have been captured. Marmica appears to me an ancient name from Libya with no modern equivalent.