|NAME||Tudor||William Douglas Ronald|
1 Private (Cheshire Yeomanry)
2 Sergeant (RCSigs)
SORS GHQ ME
March – 28 April 1941
|METHOD OF DEPARTURE||Captured/surrendered at Kalamata, 29 April 1941|
Dulags 185,Corinth & 183, Salonika
|IN OCCUPIED EUROPE
Stalag XVIIIA, Wolfsberg;
Stalag XVIIIB, Wagna or Spittal?
Stalag XVIIID, Marberg.
ArbKdo 99/L, Bernstein;
ArbKdo 522/L, Oberwart
Source: Daughter (Vanessa)
“During his time at Bernstein he was a friend of George Brown* whose prisoner number is one away from my Dad and George was my Dads best man at his wedding.
. . . sometime during his time the Cheshire Yeomanry was disbanded and he was appointed to the Royal Signals.
Born 24 / 9 / 1917
Discharged 10 / 11 / 1950 as medically unfit
Died 25 / 12 / 1971.
Archivist’s Note: *This is Sgt George Brown of the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, father of Ian Brown who started the excellent and monumental “Stalag 18A” website in his father’s honour. Where would we be without them?
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