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Pte. H. Luck’s injuries not so serious as believed at first
The many friends of Pte. Hector Luck will be glad to know his wounds are not as serious as first believed to be.
A telegram received Tues. night by Mrs. Luck from Director of Records, Ottawa, stated that the nature of the wounds were lacerations to right ankle.
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- Genealogical Resource
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Sgt. Hector H. Luck enlisted in November 1939, and served in the Infantry with the Hastings and Prince Edward Reg’t. He was posted at Lindsay, Picton, Borden, and Halifax and proceeded overseas in August 1940 serving in England, Sicily, Italy, North Africa, France, Belgium, Holland, and Germany.
He was wounded at Assora (Sicily) 10 July 1943, and injured at Rimini, Italy 20 September 1944.
He received CVSM; 1939-45 Star; Italy Star; Def. B; European Star.
He arrived home 24 May 1945 and was discharged 29 June 1945.
- Date of Publication:
- 26 Aug 1943
- Personal Name(s):
- Hector Luck
- World War II Service Files
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