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Mullenger, A A
- South London
- General Accident Fire & Life Assurance Corporation Ltd
- Private or Rifleman
- London Regiment, The Rangers
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Reported POW from July 1940.
According to the staff magazine: "When the Russians made their advance in January last Mullenger and his fellow prisoners were marched from East Prussia to Hanover (a distance of 700 miles) and then back again East on account of the approaching Americans. However, he managed to escape and was harboured and fed by some French prisoners of war - fortunately without detection.
"Within three days they were liberated by the advancing Americans and he was flown to this country. On arrival he had to attend hospital for treatment of swollen feet and gastric trouble. He had lost three stone in weight but with care and good nourishment is regaining his former good health."