One oral history interview with Victor Gregg (b. 1919). Victor Gregg served in the army in India, Palestine and the Western Desert. He transferred to the Parachute Regiment and fought in Italy and at the Battle of Arnhem, where he was taken prisoner of war. He was present in Dresden when it was bombed in February 1945.
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Victor Gregg joined the army on his 18th birthday. He was stationed in the Middle East when the news came that war had been declared. His first major battle of the war was at Beda Fomm. He later volunteered and was posted to 10 Parachute Battalion…
- Gregg, Victor