|UNIT||IN GREECE OR CRETE
1st Bn, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
|IN GREECE OR CRETE*
If Greece: on or before 26 Mar – 28 Apr 1941 or:
If Crete; 17 – 28 May 1941
|METHOD OF DEPARTURE||If Greece: “Assumed captured at Navplion” or:
If Crete: captured possibly Tympaki or Heraklion
|IN GREECE OR CRETE
Presumed Korinth and/or Salonika
|IN OCCUPIED EUROPE
Stalag XVIIIA, Wolfsberg;
ArbKdo 99/L, Bernstein;
ArbKdo 59/GW, Trofaiach
Stalag XVIIIC, Markt Pongau
1 Son Ian created definitive “Stalag 18A” website to his father’s memory
2 *As a body, A&SH only served in Crete – and only from 17 / 28 May 1941. If Sgt Brown remained with his Unit on Crete until his capture, it would most likely have been at Tympaki or Heraklion on 28th May.
However, from his Army records there is a confusing reference to his being attached to HQ British Forces Greece. If this is correct, his capture may well have been at Navplion on 28th April.
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