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FRED BILYARD, EGYPT, WORLD WAR II, 1943

Frederick Bilyard and a truck bearing his nickname 'The Lambeth Louse', in Egypt during World War 2. Fred was born in Stockwell and was called up to enlist in the army in 1942, training as a dispatch rider before being posted initially to Northern Ireland for 12 months and then Egypt for the remaining two years of the war. He returned to find his family home bombed-out, although his family were safe.Digital image by kind permission of Fred Bilyard.Ref: D2014/3/2

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Ref:11876
Original ref:D 2014/3/2
Date:1943

1926 - 1950DigitalTRANSPORTWAR AND ARMED FORCES

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