|NAME||Millington||Kenneth Arthur ‘Ken’|
RE, 292 Army Field Coy
8? March – April 1941
|METHOD OF DEPARTURE
|Captured in Corinth|
Corinth definitely (strangely no mention of Salonika)
|IN OCCUPIED EUROPE
Stalag XVIIIA, Wolfsberg
ArbKdo GW 199
GW 199 was an open-cast magnesite mine at Sunk near Hohentauern in the mountains. Here Ken was badly injured and eventually liberated from a German hospital by the Americans at the war’s end.
Sources: BBC Peoples’ War for Ken and Jean Millington; Ian Brown’s “Stalag 18A” website.
See also Ernie Carroll, Jack Dean and Allan Slocombe – other 292 Coy colleagues + CO Malcolm Young
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