Prisoners of War from the Royal West Kent Regiment

Prisoners of War from the Royal West Kent Regiment

 Prisoners of War from the Royal West Kent Regiment

Officers of the Royal West Kent Regiment

Mrs Watts, of Shepherds Lane, Dartford, wife of Lieutenant-Quartermaster Watts, received the photograph of officers of the Royal West Kent Regiment who were prisoners of war in Germany. The photograph was taken in June, 1940.

Watts had been anxious for news from home, and said that letters were now being received. Captain W Earle Edwards, son-in-law of Alderman W A Ward, Deputy Mayor of Dartford.

Back Row: Lieutenant Kennedy and Captain Denham (Bexley)
Middle Row: Captain W Edwards, Major Clout, Lieutenant-Quartermaster Watts (Dartford)
Front Row: Lieutenant Turner (Bickley), Lieutenant Dr Taylor Smith (Red Cross Armlet), and Lieutenant Thorpe Woods (Chislehurst)

Source:
Bromley & Kentish Times, 13th December 1940,  page 8

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