Hello everyone, I am new here and am researching some things I inherited from my Grandpa and Great Grandpa. As far as I know my Great Grandpa was in WW2 and brought home some items such as weapons, shrapnel, home made knife, and a baton. I know nothing about these items other than they are from ww2. The baton measures 22 1/4" exactly from end to end. The baton is made of hard wood, not sure what kind. It is in great condition with little wear. The leather strap is completely broken off the handle except for small remnants around the handle of the baton. I assume the remaining leather is original but I do not know. There are 6 hand groove marks in the handle, where as most I have researched have many more grooves on the handles. There are no marks at all other than just above the top handle on the stem of the baton in the marking stamped into the wood using a metal stamp 'S' with 'RA' underneath inside a six pointed hollow star. The most I can find is that the six pointed star looks like the Star of David. The SRA I cannot find anything to reference that too. On the outside of the baton where it was being stored was a manila envelope wrapped around the end of the baton with a post it that says' AIR-RAID WARDEN BATON 1942/43' As said previously I know nothing about this baton and any help would be greatly appreciated. All air raid warden baton pictures I have found look close to this but not exactly like this one I have and I have found literally nothing online with the makers mark of a six pointed hollow star with the letters SRA in the middle of it.