|NAME||French||Henry Thomas (‘Froggy’)|
March? – April 1941
|METHOD OF DEPARTURE
29 April 1941
Corinth & Salonika
|IN OCCUPIED EUROPE
Stalag XVIIIA, Wolfsberg;
ArbKdo 10029, Klagenfurt;
Killed in US air raid 19th Feb 1945
Buried in Klagenfurt War Cemetery
|NOTES & SOURCES
Sources: Grand-son (Jeremy); & Wikipedia;
“I don’t know much about my grandfather as he was killed by friendly fire when the work camp was bombed by the Americans a few months before liberation. I never met him, and he saw my mother once as a baby in December 1939 after the war had started. He is buried in Klagenfurt war cemetery. I visited his Grave to pay my respects during the Stalag 18a Reunion organised by Ian Brown (Stalag 18a Website and Facebook Group) in July 2017.”
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