the 29th May 1940 but were ordered to remain in Metz until ordered to leave by train on 13th June 1940 bound for St Nazaire. I'm not sure that he made any friends. He was a quiet gentle man and a wonderful grandfather. The hill was actually 5,500 feet. Chris was captured during his service (possibly in 1942) and taken to Stalag viii B in Poland. Aldershot is remembered, with not much cooking being done, but training in the art of being a soldier continued. I have many pictures of the camp with other prisoners some are signed but I have no idea who these people are.
In March 1942, it was converted into the 129th Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery. One day I saw the daughter stuffing grass into the tyre of her bike. Here we revelled in baths, comfort and good food. Annie had lived in Tombstone as the wife of Jack Crabtree, brother of Lotta the famous actress. While in captivity Dick took advantage of other soldiers sharing their expertise, teaching classes. Graham Jones Add to this record. No resistance was offered, and the entire Earp posse returned to Tombstone, where McMaster was bailed, and he and Charlie Smith booked into the Cosmopolitan Hotel. The operation plan's strategic context required the seizure of bridges across the Maas (Meuse River) and two arms of the Rhine (the Waal and the Lower Rhine) as well as several smaller canals and tributaries. He was at Nijmegen, Breda, Douvres, Hook of Holland, Caen.
Fought in all major battles in North Africa including: Gazala, Mersa Matru and El Alemein. The old man himself was very down hearted for he used to enjoy us going up and having a chat with them.