A Conversation for Casualties in the Two World Wars for Combatant Nations

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Post 1

Barman-Andy (WW2 Community Member)



Hello, very good job on that entry!smiley - smiley

I think you may have helped me understand my fathers work, but I'm not sure.

Thank you and a brilliant job there!smiley - ok

Andy!smiley - smiley


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Post 2

Mrs Zen

My pleasure. Now, of course, I am wondering what it is your father does!

Ben


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Post 3

Barman-Andy (WW2 Community Member)



Well, if you read my personal space, you'll see that I don't quite know that yet, he died when I was 13, so he didn't get the chance to tell me.

I have to find out the answer myself. smiley - smiley

smiley - cheers


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Post 4

Mrs Zen

How interesting. Have you tried the Army Lists? The Imperial War Museum is a good place to start. If you email me at [email protected], I'll send you the name of one of the record keepers there over the weeknd. Though they won't necessarily have the information themselves, they are very very knowledgable about where records are kept, and how to trace information through them.

Of course, if he was a secret squirrel, it is going to be hard to find out, because it is so likely that any records would have been destroyed in the 40s or 50s.

Good luck!

Ben


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Post 5

Barman-Andy (WW2 Community Member)



Thank you, but I don't know what he did...

I don't even lnow his name, I just know him as DAD! smiley - laugh

I know his knickname was Jaxi...

VERY, VERY, GOOD LUCK!

Ill never find anything about him...

though! smiley - smiley

Andy!smiley - smiley


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