R.G. McClain was my uncle, my mother's brother. He served in the army as a military policeman at the time of the release of prisoners from concentration camps in Germany at the end of WWII. Part of his job was to hold prisoner the Germans they found and also to clean the crematoriums. He was never the same after the war. My family has photos he brought home [We think sewn into the lining of his jacket.] which were taken in one of the concentration camps. We have no way of knowing which camp as he never talked about his service to family members. The family never even knew about the pictures until after the deaths of R.G. and his wife, Margaret Holloway McClain.