|NAME||Harvey||Alfred George ‘Arthur’|
RASC, 285 L of C* (RH*) Coy
20 Dec 1940 – 28 April 1941 (based in Athens at one period)
|METHOD OF DEPARTURE
|Obliged to surrendered at Kalamata – 29 April 1941|
Presumably Corinth then marched? to Salonika (- over the Brallos Pass, yes)
|IN OCCUPIED EUROPE
Stalag XVIIIA, Wolfsberg
ArbKdo 11025/GW Villach
ArbKdo 10234/GW Dellach
ArbKdo 10134/GW Arnoldstein
Source: family communication.
*L of C = Lines of Communication but – – –
*RH – should this be “RHA” for Royal Horse Artillery, “RA” for Royal Artillery or “RE” for Royal Engineers?
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