Lynch, P

Patrick Albert Lynch

Family/Last name:
Forename(s) and initial(s):
Patrick Albert
Place of capture:
Working Party
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Other Sources (Contemporary photograph, family correspondence)

This prisoner is marked on a photograph submitted by the son of Douglas John Paterson.

He is mentioned in The Clarion, number 6 page 1.

His daughter provided the following information along with the photograph of Lynch with fellow POW Jack Gallichan:

He was Patrick Albert Lynch who served in the New Zealand army, fought and was captured in Crete. He was firstly transferred to Greece and later to Stalag 344. He took part in the long march to Regensburg and onto Reims and finally to England. On his return to NZ he opened a bookshop in Foxton.


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