The Hunter Remembers WWII

By David Dial
November 10 2020 - 9:00pm
REMEMBERED TODAY AND EVERY DAY: Australian war cemetery in Milne Bay, New Guinea. Image: University of Newcastle's Special Collections

Newcastle Morning Herald transcriptions for November 8-14, 1945.

DIED IN POW CAMP 

Mrs E.King, of Main Road, Cardiff, has received word that her husband, Gunner Robert Arthur King, 2/15th Battalion, died on May 12, 1945, while a prisoner of war at Sandakan. Gunner King, who leaves four children, was 40 years of age. Before his enlistment he was employed by the Lake Macquarie Shire Council.

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