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Fus. Alex McMullan

British Army Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

from:Bushmills

Back of Another group Stalag XX B

My uncle, Alex McMullan, was a member of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers with the BEF at the beginning of WW2. He was wounded and captured north of Dunkirk in 1940 and spent the remaining years of the war in a prison camp, either Stalag 3A or Stalag XX B.

Upon his release he returned to Northern Ireland but was killed in a shooting accident, at his home, in December 1946. He was 24 when he died. I have numerous photos and postcards at home and would like to share with others on this site. I doubt whether there will be anyone alive now who remembers him but any snippets would be welcome. I was only 2 years old when he died but have childhood memories of him and his bagpipes. He joined the Inniskillings with a friend of his, Freddie Wilkinson, as a piper when he was 17, Freddie was killed in the action where Alex was taken prisoner, or so I am led to believe.

Back of Another group Stalag XX B

Postcard home from Stalag XXb

Alex McMullen with a group of POW's at Stalag XXb

Card from Stalag XXb with names

Card from Stalag XXb with names










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