Colonel Wild

Colonel Wild. and Reverand Noel Duckworth, the Padre, who was Wilds second in command, between them they saved many lives, including that of James Bradley who escaped.

Wild and Duckworth kept his absence away from the Japs for several days.

No medals or thanks was ever handed to either muskateers.


      Cholera Epidemic Thailand and South Burma - June/September 1943 Cholera Epidemic Thailand and South Burma - June/September 1943 - Extract from Wilds papers

      Japanes Holiday ’Japanese Holiday’, A Broadcast to London by Padre J. N. Duckworth - Major Cyril Wild was in command of this group


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