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Rifleman John Edward Blyth 1st Bn Rifle Brigade Captured at Calais
Remembering today with Pride
Rifleman BLYTHE, JOHN EDWARD
Service Number 6912597
Regiment & Unit/Ship: 1st Bn. Rifle Brigade
Buried or commemorated at KRAKOW RAKOWICKI CEMETERY
Grave Reference: 5. D. 7.
Additional Info: Son of John Patrick and Louise Emily Blythe; husband of Annie Mary Blythe, of Dagenham, Essex.
Personal Inscription: DEARLY LOVED, SADLY MISSED AND NOT FORGOTTEN
Captured at Calais May 1940
Died Lamsdorf Stalage V111B 12-12-1940 Age 27
When you get home tell them and say
For thier tomorrow we gave our today
I see your man is buried in Poland. Any knowledge on how he died?
CWGC :: Certificate
Lamsdorf, now Łambinowice (Poland), was a POW camp.
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