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Revision as of 16:10, 30 June 2017

Below is a list of the people we have interviewed who have served during World War Two, their Unit and location during the war and a brief synopsis of their story. Please press on their names to get taken to their Interview page.

Name Unit Theatre of Operations Brief Synopsis Audio, Video, Text Interviewed By
Ken Stone Royal Army Medical Corps ETO Ken landed on Gold Beach on D-Day as a Medic. He went on to serve in Holland, was rushed to the Ardennes during the Battle of the Bulge, and crossed the Rhine into Germany. Video and Text Ryan Davies
Arthur 'Bunny' Johnson Royal Armoured Corps and 9th Royal Tank Regiment ETO Record of his memories as teenager and on active service from 1939 through to 1946, including his time in England, France, Germany and Poland. He was one of the first into Bergen-Belsen in April 1945 Video and Text Michael Thompson
Thomas George Bassett Royal Army Service Corps ETO Conscripted into the Army in 1940 a short story of Toms service and how he met his French wife. Text Anita York (Daughter)
Jack Hubbard 4th Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment MAMETO Jack Hubbard served with the 4th Heavy Anti Aircraft Regiment throughout the Siege of Malta. Text James Holland
Bert Jenkins Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry ETO Bert Jenkins served with the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry and came ashore on GOLD Beach on D-Day. Text James Holland
Frank Read 172nd Field Regiment MAMETO Frank Read served with the 172nd Field Regiment in Tunisia and took part in the stand at Sidi Nsir. Text James Holland

ETO - European Theatre of Operations / MAMETO - Mediterranean, African, Middle Eastern Theatre of Operations / PTO - Pacific Theatre of Operations

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