The first reunion of the Hong Kong Signal Company survivors, 17 May 1969

The first reunion of the Hong Kong Signal Company survivors, 17 May 1969

This reunion took place at the Duke of York’s Barracks in London and an account may be found in The Wire dated July-August 1969, page 260. Arnold Topliff is standing (partially obscured) in the centre rear. Seated at the centre in front is Lieutenant Colonel (Quartermaster) Monty Truscott and on his left is Lieutenant Colonel Eustace Levett OBE, Chief Signals Officer China Command, who was imprisoned in Hong Kong throughout the war. A diagram showing the attendees is elsewhere in this gallery.
(Photo, sent to Arnold Topliff by Monty Truscott, provided by Ian Topliff)

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