Sup Coy, 6 Div AIF
Early March – 28 April 1941
| 8/43 – 1/44METHOD OF DEPARTURE
|Captured/surrendered 29-4-41, believed Kalamata|
Dulag 185, Corinth & Dulag 183, Salonika
|IN OCCUPIED EUROPE
Stalg XVIIIA, Wolfsberg: 1/7/41
ArbKdo: Lienz 1; 7/41 – 2/42
Klagenfurt 1, 4/42 – 5/42
Klagenfurt 2, 7/42 – 2/43
Lienz 2, 6/43
Schladming, 8/43 – 1/44
Glass Heute, 2/44
Mitterlabill, 5/44 – 4/45
From Jack’s daughter: “Dad returned to Australia in June 1947 after the war as he worked for UNRRA in Austria for almost 2 years. We, Mum & I came with him of course.”
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