580 Army Troop Coy, RE
March – 24 April 1941
|METHOD OF DEPARTURE
|Severely wounded aboard yacht Hellas in Piraeus Harbour air raid (24th April). Captured in hospital in Athens 27th April|
Athens (Dulag 135?)
Salonika (Dulag 183)
|IN OCCUPIED EUROPE
Stalag VIIIB, Lamsdorf (now in Poland)
ArbKdo E251 Mittel-Langenau, Sudetenland; E587 Krakow; E552 Hindenburg
Stalag XIIIC, Hammelburg
President of the Brotherhood of Veterans of the Greek Campaign until recently (when he sadly passed away aged 101).
Author of “A Letter to my Daughter”
“TTWWH”, Chaps 16 & 28
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