British soldiers of No.1 Compound line up for a photograph on the 18th July 1943. Copyright: Phil Knott.
Back row, left to right: Horace Dickenson, Swallow, unknown, unknown, Jock Reach, Ernie Thompson, unknown, Bill Atkins.
Second middle: Bert Carter, Tyson Storey, René Boulton, Ron Stone, Alec Muirden, Harry Royle, George Freeman, Hunt, George Drage, Alf Couse, Peter Renshaw or Ramshaw, Tom Malliner, Charlie Barton Bob Harris.
First middle: Reg Hill, Ancliff, Gil Knott (standing third in from left, arms folded), unknown, Andy Marshall, Corporal Stan Spencer, Tom Watson, Jim Clarke, Ripley, Birkenshaw, P.V. Bounds (Bill). Cpl Spencer, of the 105th Special Wireless Section, Royal Corps of Signals, was captured at Fuka, North Africa, on the 29th June 1942. After Italy's capitulation, he was removed to Stalag IVB where he spent the remainder of the war. He died in 1999.
Front row: Bob Andrews, Claude Mannin, Albert Aldridge, Percy Theobald, Billy Blacklook, unknown, Lou Gilfoyle, Joe Lomax, Jim Birch, Edmonds, Reeves?