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    SAS GRAVE SITES FRANCE AND ITALY

    I have a roll of honour - its a blue covered booklet
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    SAS GRAVE SITES FRANCE AND ITALY

    hello bob - my father commanded the burial party at Moussey in 1945 - SQMS J Alcock also of 22 SAS in 1960s. There are two Moussey in Alsace Lorraine - go to the most southern one for this burial site. As a boy, I lived on the 22 SAS base at Hereford. Later I worked in Queensland. Now back home...
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    SAS 2 SAS Italy

    I have a copy of the photo at home here with me -send email address for attachment -graham
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    Comment by 'galcock' in media '2 SAS (HQ Squadron) 1945'

    Hello there -my father was in 2 SAS too and in Italy - Taranto and later Tuscany and Norway and France. SQMS John Alcock was his name. I thin k I have a copy of this image,
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    Comment by 'galcock' in media 'Horace Stokes'

    Peter Stokes please contact me - ggalcock@btinternet.com
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    Comment by 'galcock' in media '2 SAS group (Italy 1944)'

    Would Peter Stokes ex-RAF please contact me regarding his book - No Ordinary Life. ggalcock@btinternet.com
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    Comment by 'galcock' in media '2 SAS group 1943'

    The sun on the men's faces is low and from the left side. This suggests a morning or evening shot - in 1943 they were in Sicily and Southern Italy via Taranto to Bari area. but the steep roofs suggest a snow area to me so this remains a mystery. Graham
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    Comment by 'galcock' in media '2 SAS group 1943'

    The sun on the men's faces is low and from the left side. This suggests a morning or evening shot - in 1943 they were in Sicily and Southern Italy via Taranto to Bari area. but the steep roofs suggest a snow area to me so this remains a mystery. Graham
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    SAS 2 SAS Italy

    Have you seen the group photograph of 2 SAS called the Italy Detachment - your relative has his photo there and his name. Graham Alcock
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    SAS 2 SAS Italy

    Hello Australia, My father was in 2 SAS in Italy and he was responsible at that time for sending in all re-supply drops by parachute to missions up north. His CO was Roy Farran. His freind, Jack Payley may be still alive - he too was in Italy. Graham Alcock
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    SAS Alcock, John

    Hello Graham, Thank you again for the SAS Menu from Boxing Day. I sent a copy to the association. Which county do you live in - i am in Yorkshire. Graham Alcock
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    SAS diary

    SAS War Diary The diary in Leeds has now been moved to their library. You can go in and ask to read through it and take notes.
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    Comment by 'galcock' in media '2 SAS group 1943'

    Matteo are you saying this was 1945. SAS were operating out of Cecina in 1945 to parts of Northern Italy. My father was in Roy Farran's Italy Detachment as their SQMS - John Alcock. It seems to be the summer months as the men have their shirt sleeves rolled up. The roofs of the houses are steep...
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    1 SAS in Scotland February 1943

    The sun seems too strong to be Scotland - notice the Grecian columns in the Background.
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    SAS Different status in Rolls of Honour

    SSM is Squadron sergeant Major SQMS is Sqaudron Quartermaster Sergeant - Graham
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    SAS Different status in Rolls of Honour

    SSM and SQMS SSM is rather like an RSM and SQMS is like a quartermaster role. My father was both at different times. Graham
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    SAS Frost, PJA 2SAS 7952952

    My Father was in 2 SAS ans I used to live in Queensland at Maryborough. Never heard of a Frost though.
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    SAS diary

    I suspect that Major Druce of 2 SAS wrote or compiled the SAS War Diary.
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    SAS Alcock, John

    Since I last added comments here about my father's mission during Operation Pistol I have found out some new facts concerning his mission. When he blew the small troop train up two German officers were killed in the explosion. He never knew this. I found it out as recently as 2015 from local...
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    SAS Shaw, Charles William (Grazzi)

    SAS your uncle Shaw Hello, my father was in 2 SAS and also in Norway. His rank was SSM and later SQMS. Next time I am in Leeds I will look in the SAS War Diary which is held in the library there. I used to live in Queensland but am now back in UK since 1979. Graham Alcock
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