Stalag 4A, Hohnstein, Germany

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ALLEN, Ronald

No 7 Commando
Driver Ronald Allen was reported missing believed a prisoner of war on 2 June 1941 during operations at Crete. Later imprisoned at Stalag 4A and Stalag 4B.
 
Sources
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/28.
Prisoners of War / National Archives file WO392/1.
German Record Cards of POW's / National Archives file WO416/5/264.
 

CAMPBELL, Hugh Alexander Henry

No 7 Commando
Gunner Hugh Campbell was reported missing believed a prisoner of war on 2 June 1941 during operations at Crete.  Later imprisoned at Stalag 4A in Germany.
 
Sources
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/28.
Prisoners of War / National Archives file WO392/11.
Royal Artillery Attestations 1938.
 

CHIVERS, F.J.

50ME Commando

Lance Corporal F.J. Chivers was reported missing on 2nd June 1941 during operations in Crete. Later found to have been captured and transported to Stalag 4A.
 
Sources
Casualty Lists / National Archives files WO417/27 and WO417/94.
Prisoners of War / National Archives file WO392/1.

COX, Charles Frederick

No 7 Commando

Private Charles Cox was reported missing on 2 June 1941 during operations at Crete. Later found to be a prisoner of war.
 
Sources
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/33.
Prisoners of War / National Archives file WO392/1.

DUGUID, W.D.

No 7 Commando

Lance Corporal Duguid was reported missing during operations at Crete on 2 June 1941 and later found to be a prisoner of war at Stalag 4A. 

Sources
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/
Prisoners of War Lists / National Archives file WO392/1.
 

EDWARDS, H.

50ME Commando

Fusilier Edwards was reported missing 2 June 1941 during operations in Crete, later found to be a prisoner of war. 

Sources
Casualty Lists / National Archives files WO417/29 and WO417/95.
Prisoners of War / National Archives file WO392/1.
 

FREEMAN, Frederick Edward, L.

No 7 Commando
Private Frederick Freeman was reported missing 2 June 1941 in Crete; found to have been taken prisoner and later transported to Stalag 4A.
 
Sources
Casualty Lists / National Archives files WO417/28 and WO417/34.
Prisoners of War / National Archives file WO392/1.
Obituaries in Commando Association newsletter 108 issued March 1999.
Peterborough Register of Deaths.
 

HOLLINGSHEAD, R.W.

50ME Commando

Corporal Hollingshead was reported missing 2 June 1941 during operations in Crete. Later found to have been captured and imprisoned at  Stalag 4A and Stalag 11B.
 
Sources
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/27.
Prisoners of War / National Archives file WO392/1 and WO392/11.

IRWIN, T.

'Layforce'

Private Irwin, 'D' Bn., Layforce, was reported missing 2 June 1941 during operations at Crete. Later found to have been captured and transported to Stalag 4A.
 
Sources
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/28.
Prisoners of War / National Archives file WO392/1.

JOHNSTONE, R.

50ME Commando

Fusilier R. Johnstone was reported missing 2 June 1941 during operations in Crete. Later found to have been captured and transported to Stalag 4A.
 
Sources
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/27.
Prisoners of War / National Archives file WO392/1.

JONES, A.G.W.

50ME Commando
Fusilier Jones was reported missing 2 June 1941 during operations in Crete. Later found to have been captured and imprisoned at Stalag 4A and Stalag 4G.
 
Sources
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/27.
Prisoners of War / National Archives file WO392/1.
Prisoners of War / National Archives file WO392/11.
 

MCKEE, Peter

Peter Mckee 7 Commando
No 7 Commando
Troop Sergeant Major Peter McKee was reported missing believed a prisoner on  2 June 1941 during operations at Crete [1].  He was a prisoner of war at Stalag 4A [2] and reported repatriated to the UK in 1943 [3].
 
Sources
[1] Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/28.
[2] [Image] John McKee (son).
[3] Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/68.
Royal Artillery Attestations 1938.
CVA No.7 Commando Gallery.

NEAVES, James Mack

No 7 Commando

Gunner James Neaves was reported missing believed a prisoner of war on 2 June 1941 during operations at Crete. Later imprisoned at Stalag 4A in Germany.
 
Sources
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/28.
Prisoners of War / National Archives file WO392/11.
Royal Artillery Attestations 1939.

REGAN, William

No 7 Commando
Gunner William Regan was reported missing during operations in Crete on 2 June 1941. Later found to have been captured and transported to Stalag 4A.
 
Sources
Casualty Lists 1939-45 / National Archives files WO417/28 and WO417/34.
POW Lists / National Archives file WO392/11.

Royal Artillery Attestations Records.

SADD, A.N.

50ME Commando
Lance Sergeant Sadd was reported missing on 2 June 1941 during operations at Crete. He was later found to have been taken prisoner and transported to Stalag 4A in Germany.
 
Sources
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/3, errata in WO417/54.
Prisoners of War Lists / National Archives file WO392/11.
 

SIMPSON, A.C.

No 7 Commando

Lance Bombardier A.C. Simpson was reported missing during operations in Crete on 2 June 1941. Later found to have been captured and transported to Stalag 4A.
 
Sources
Casualty Lists 1939-45 / National Archives files WO417/28 and WO417/34.
POW Lists / National Archives file WO392/1.

TAYLOR, P.V.C.

No 7 Commando

Lance Corporal Taylor, 3 Special Service Bn., was reported missing on 2 June 1941 during operations at Crete. He was later found to have been taken prisoner and transported to Stalag 4A in Germany.
 
Sources
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/28 and WO417/36.
Prisoners of War Lists / National Archives file WO392/11.


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