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MORE ABOUT THE INDIVIDUAL SOLDIER POWS
Those soldiers whose stories helped unravel the details of the Prisoner Helpers
The Soldier Sources: Project
HANSEN REGINALD HERBERT: NEW ZEALAND SOLDIER WWI - 24/530 AND POW
Bert Hansen’s daughter-in-law Kath Hansen has published several books elaborating Hansen’s memoirs.
In Pursuit of Freedom: The Unique Story of a New Zealand POW in World War One
In the Field – Mud and Blood on the Western Front
Auckland Museum: http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C35277
Archives New Zealand: https://archway.archives.govt.nz/ViewFullItem.do?code=16791293&digital=yes
Picture: Hansen after the war with unknown friend
BLEMMINGS WILLIAM R:
Native of County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, 8th City of London Post Office Rifle Brigade, Private, Reg. No. 3393.
Picture courtesy Courtesy Nigel Henderson, Great War Ulster Newspaper Archive
SKINNER JOHN STUART (JACK)
John (Jack) Stuart SKINNER, enlisted originally in 1914 with the Otago (New Zealand) Infantry Battalion, No. 8/105.
Photo courtesy Freddy Declerck and Skinner Family.
Soldier of the Royal Irish Regiment hailing from Hillsborough, County Down, Northern Ireland. Posted missing on the 21st March 1918 - No further information available.
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