dagian Posted 1 November , 2013 Share Posted 1 November , 2013 A relative was a POW in 1918. However I am unsure which Unit he was serving with at the time. I believe it was the 2/2nd but it could have been the 10th Bn as he served in both. He was 203471 Private Harry Sydney AGER. He first served in Egypt with the 2/2nd and later served in France. On the 23rd February 1918 he was Awarded the Military Medal for Bravery in the Field. On the 21 March 1918 he was reported as Missing In Action and later identified as PoW before being repatriated in December 1918. Great if anybody can help in identifying the action in which he was awarded the MM and details of the action in which he may have been taken Prisoner. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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