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Seaforth Highlanders 1941-48

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john Report 10 Mar 2014 13:54

My father James St.John SYME was a corporal in the Seaforth Highlanders during and after 2nd World War. He was also a POW. Anybody out there can help finding his colleagues.
John Syme


Potty Report 10 Mar 2014 14:50

Duplicate thread - info posted on other thread