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Hello Judith. Yes I do have names of many of the people in the photographs. Could you contact me on my email address - firstname.lastname@example.org Regards, Paul
hi there i have been looking through your photos , as my late father was in Malta during the war picture 173 the guy at the front holding the hose pipe really looks like him is there any way you know of any names on that photo please i am coming to Malta in April as my father told me if i ever got the chance to visit , so i am doing it really for him . many thanks .. judith
very nice pictures so ggoood
Like your photo's, my father served in 27th HAA in Malta 1940/42 untill he was badly wounded. He had a photo album for a few years after the war but it seemed to get lost on moving house.
I wonder if somewhere in your records you may have come across his name, Sam Brown, Bombadier.
Hi your photo are great to look at. My mum and dad were both born in Malta. I have always listerned to there stories of what happend. Especially my mothers. Her mum and dad (he was in the Royal Malta Artillery) both died together on the 1 or 2 January 1942. she was only two then as was sent to a convent. Then to Australia, so she has nothing and not much info about her parents. But thanks to you i can see what they went through.
HELLO JEREMY. PLEASE CONTACT ME AT PAULSDADSPHOTOS@AOL.COM IF YOU WOULD LIKE COPIES OF ANY PHOTOS. REGARDS, PAUL LAZELL
Hi, Where can I get copies of the photographs please?
Hi could you contact me as we have a request to use some of your photgraphs for education purposes.
This has really helped me with my school project and just knowing that Hitler did all this just to try and destroy people and places. Both my Great Grandfathers fought in the First World War and the Second World War. This has helped me learn and get a bit emotional at their and others expirences juring this horrible time.
i think they are very good and atey have helped me a lot for a school project
kool. so much rubble. make a good fire.really show the reallity of it all
Thanks for the photographs. My father Ernest Pearce served in Malta with the RA, but never really talked about his experiences. Thank you for helping me to gain an insight into this period in his life.
great photos look forward to seeing some more
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