Private Alfred Blower, 4 troop, died of wounds after the action at Salerno. +
We have a document in our Gallery that outlines these details. He died of wounds that he "received at Dragone Hill, Salerno, on the 13th September 1943 " and that he "died at 67 General Hospital CMF". +[see notes]
Extract from the Liverpool Evening Express - Friday 08 December 1944.
Private Alfred Blower (26), The King’s Regiment (Liverpool), serving with a Commando unit, of Fontenoy Street, Liverpool, 3, has been killed in action in Italy. He was an old boy of the Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, Toxteth. Sources  CWGC  CVA Gallery image of Salerno Casualties and Missing. [view in gallery]  Liverpool Evening Express  website britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk Image © Trinity Mirror. Notes 67 British General Hospital was, at this time, located at Philippeville, Algeria.