Wilcox, Frank


Wilcox, Frank
Frank Wilcox


The collection consists of an oral history interview with Frank Wilcox and one photograph. Frank Wilcox was an infantryman in the Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry and became a prisoner of war during the Italian campaign.

The collection has been donated to the IBCC Digital Archive for digitisation by Frank Wilcox and catalogued by IBCC Digital Archive staff.




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Wilcox, F

Collection Items

Interview with Frank Wilcox
Frank Wilcox was born in Wales and worked in aircraft manufacturing. He was later called up and served in the Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry. He was taken prisoner at Anzio and became a prisoner of war. When he was released and returned to the UK…

Frank Wilcox aged 11
Head and shoulder portrait of Frank Wilcox wearing a scarf. On the reverse 'Frank, age 11yrs'.
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