25-pounder gun of Australian 2/8th Field Regiment near El Alamein, Egypt, 12 Jul 1942

Caption   25-pounder gun of Australian 2/8th Field Regiment near El Alamein, Egypt, 12 Jul 1942 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseAustralian War Memorial
Identification Code   024515
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First Battle of El Alamein   Main article  Photos  
Ordnance QF 25 pounder   Main article  Photos  
Photos on Same Day 12 Jul 1942
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 15 Dec 2010
Licensing  Public Domain



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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. Paul says:
26 Nov 2011 01:20:03 PM

Hello
I am researching my family tree, and I am looking for information on my Uncle Sydney Lawrence Smith who I know from a letter his father (my Grandfather) left saying.
“Sydney Lawrence Smith Killed in Egypt. Notified middle of 1942”.
I think I have found his Memorial which is at Alamein. It looks like he died in January 1942. Aged 23. Do you have any information on Sydney or about the Memorial site in Egypt? Do you have any Photos of the British Army in Egypt at this time? Any Information would be appreciated.

Regards
Paul Smith

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