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Darling Edmund William


Died While Prisoner of Japs

Advice has been received by Mr G. C. Darling, of Warwick St, Hobart, of the death of his brother, Pte Edmund William Darling.

Pte Darling died while a prisoner of war- on June 24, 1944, as a result of the torpedoing of a Japanese transport near Nagasaki.

He was a son of the late George and Julia Darling.

The Mercury 15 Nov 1945

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