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Access our library My paternal grandfather Corporal Charles Henry Francis Galliers, RASC "C" section, 14th reserve MT coy, middle east forces in 1941 was in the POW Camp PG78 in Italy after 1942 (not sure of dates) and then stalag IVB during spring 1944 (I have a letter sent home with april 1944 on it).He died 3 years ago, the only memories he told were of being starving hungry in the Italian camp and chewing boot leather to stave off hunger and when a donkey was brought into camp pulling a cart it didn't live to leave! I have some photos with a couple of other POWs names on the back - Geoff Galloway and George Frick (?I will send scans of the photos I have later when I have mastered the technology!My grandmother was romantically involved with Ralph Shotter, who was in the Royal Army Services Corps and has heard that he was on board the Lancastria when it sunk. Apparently he has no known grave, but his name appears on a war memorial in Dunkirk, France, which I would love to take her to see.Intending to keep in touch, Gramp made a note of Bob's details on the back of a packet of cigarettes, but subsequently lost it and they never made contact again.Gramp believes that Bob was originally from the London area.He left a story of his life in the army from 1941 to 1946, but I would like to know more.If there is any more about him, I hope someone can help. My husband's father has recently passed away and my husband would love to know about his service record, His Name is William Henry Smallwood, and he was a Regimental Sargeant Major, and he served in Burma during WW2. Helens (which was then in Lancashire) around 1939 at the beginning of the war.
I'm just getting around to doing my family history! He was called up for duty as a baker on the 25th of April 1941, and he was demobed on the 19th of June 1946. I'm writing on behalf of my grandad, Bernard Lyde, who has just celebrated his 91st birthday.
He was captured at Dunkirk and spent the duration of the war in Stalag XXB. We know that he was a driver in the Royal Army Service Corps and that he drove some quite influential people around but that is it, we would love to know more.
He is in the picture sent in by Robert Hedges' family. My grandfather Richard Henry James Whiting, died in Rimini at the end of the war on 17 Sept 1945.
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Also, she would love to hear from anyone who may have known Ralph and to hear of any last memories of him or see any pictures.