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David Jebbit David Jebbit as a Colonel, years later

Private David Jebbit

 

Bruce Jeffrey

Lieutenant Bruce Jeffrey

 

Trooper Gilbert Knott Gilbert Knott in Llandudno in June 1946

Trooper Gilbert Knott

 

Private Frank Kobilis

Private Frank Kobilis

 

Steve Loper The ring Steve Loper made in Stalag IIA

Steve Loper

 

Robert McBride, after liberation in 1945

Gunner Robert McBride

 

John McGeough in Palestine, 1946

Staff-Sergeant John McGeough

 

Israel Machtey

Israel Machtey

 

Prisoners at Stalag VIIIB Signalman Jack Mepham Signalman Jack Mepham

Signalman Jack Mepham

 

Lance-Corporal Jim Miller Lance-Corporal Jim Miller

Lance-Corporal Jim Miller

 

Henri Mirale

Henri Mirale (see Veterans Ads)

 

Fred Moore

Private Fred Moore

 

Albert Nelson Two Polish girls who helped Albert Nelson when he escaped

Private Albert Nelson

 

Jean O'Brien Jean O'Brien shortly after returning to England in May 1945

Private Jean O'Brien

 

Harold Padfield shortly after being made a prisoner at Arnhem Bridge Harold Padfield shortly after being made a prisoner at Arnhem Bridge

Lance-Sergeant Harold Padfield

 

David Parker in 1929 David Parker in 1939 David Parker in 1959

Lance-Corporal David Parker

 

Warrant Officer Keith Prowd Warrant Officer Keith Prowd at the controls of his Stirling

Warrant Officer Keith Prowd

 

Gareth Prytherch in 1974 with his former POW friends, Keith Butters and Jean Le Bras

Sergeant Gareth Prytherch

 

A newspaper cutting declaring Charles Raney to be missing Charles Raney with his wife, Betty

Private Charles Raney

 

Corporal Harold Scharfe Harold Scharfe aged 84 Harold Scharfe

Corporal Harold Scharfe

 

Lieutenant Edmund Scrivener Edmund Scrivener's POW identity card

Lieutenant Edmund Scrivener

 

Corporal Reuben Silver reunited with his family after his repatriation Bugle Major Reuben Silver

Corporal Reuben Silver

 

Corporal John Smeeth

Corporal John Smeeth

 

Victor Kensett Styles

Lance-Corporal Victor Kensett Styles (See Veterans Ads)

 

Signalman Stanley Taylor

Signalman Stanley Taylor

 

Corporal Dale Thatcher

Corporal Dale Thatcher

 

Eugene Van Loozenoord Eugene Van Loozenoord and the crew of the Lady Jeannette

Technical Sergeant Eugene Van Loozenoord

 

Staff-Sergeant Earl F. Verham

Staff-Sergeant Earl F. Verham

 

Rishel White

Technician 5th Class Rishel White

 

Jonathan Wilkinson in Berlin, after the war Uggie Clemens and Jonathan Wilkinson Uggie Clemens and Jonathan Wilkinson

Private Jonathan Wilkinson

 

Joseph Winterbottom

Trooper Joseph Winterbottom

 

Ronald Wollaston A group at a work camp A letter to Ronald Wollaston's family confirming news of his being taken prisoner

Gunner Ronald Wollaston

 

Private Horace Woods Private Horace Woods Private Horace Woods

Private Horace Woods