|NAME||Hamshire||Bernard John Stanton ‘Jack’|
RCSigs, 1 Spec Wireless Sect
March – April 1941
|METHOD OF DEPARTURE
|Captured/surrendered at Kalamata, 29th April
Presumed Dulag 185 Corinth & Dulag 183 Salonika
|IN OCCUPIED EUROPE
Stalag XVIIID, Marburg;
Stalag XVIIIA, Wolfsburg;
Punishment Camp 132/GW: Perlmooser Cement Factory, Retznei
ArbKdo 487/L, Mitterndorf, Styria
Source: Son (Keith)
‘Jack’ was born in 1914 and came from Rye in Sussex. He didn’t speak much about his experiences. Just a few months after repatriation, he married my mother in August 1945, in Rye. They moved to London to work, where he worked for Bowater-Scott, paper manufacturers, as a lorry driver and then as a chauffeur until his death in 1971.
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