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WO/Sgt Ken Fenton
Royal Air Force
My father, Warrant Officer/Sgt Ken Fenton - POW No. 39204 was a POW with A.A. Fuller (observer) and R.W. McDonald (WOP/AG). They ended up in:
Stalag IXC (Bad Sulza) from 10 July 1941 to 29th April 1942. Stalag Luft III (Sagan) from 1 May 1942 to 18 June 1943 Stalag VI (Heydekrug) from 20 June 1943 to 18 July 1944 Stalag 357 (Thorn, Poland) from 19 July 1944 until 8 August 1944 Fallingbostel from August 1944 to 7 April 1945.
The crew of the HSL that was sent to rescue them followed a simiilar route, but remained in Sagan, Stalag Luft III, North Camp. Other names listed in a log book are:
McCairns J. Jones S.F. Roughthon Harry Mahoney Lional Raymond Silver Stan Pannis W.W. Hall R. Evans W.H.E. Harwood P. Balson Walter Kershaw Gordon Bottomley A. Bonyle Joe Walker Norman J. Smith R. Duffield R. MacDonald John Woolston Arthur Thomson D.A. MacLeod N.M.Campbell Harold E. Bennett Malcolm Gillies W.M. Hard (Al's brother) E.G. Caban H.A. Hard E.G.R. Daggett
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