|NAME||Eldridge||John E. M.|
9th KRRC (1st Rangers)
17 March – 28 April 1941
|METHOD OF DEPARTURE
|PoW, nominally captured 29 April * (* actual date and place unknown)|
Definitely Salonika (* possibly also Corinth or Athens)
|IN OCCUPIED EUROPE
Stalag XVIIID Maribor
Stalag XVIIIB Spittal am der Drau or Wagna
Arb/Kdo 396/C (Maribor Infantry School)
Stalag XVIIIC Markt Pongau
Source: Transcript of her father’s “War Diary – John Eldridge Prisoner of War 1941-1945” from daughter. Original note books in Imperial War Museum, London.
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