Danish WW2 Pilots

Cpl Johan Albert Ejdvin Lundh

(1898 - n.a.)

Johan Albert Ejdwin Lundh is born on 20 March 1898 in Horsens, Denmark. He is the son of Peter Lundh and Birgitte Cathrine Lundh (née Nielsen) [1]

He enlists for the Royal Australian Air Force on 17 August 1942 in Brisbane. He is then living in Upper Mount Gravatt. He is discharged on 1 May 1946 at which point he is attached to RAAF Headquarters Service Police Unit holding the rank of Corporal.

Johan Albert Ejdwin Lundh applies for naturalization in 1932 and is, thus, a British subject during the war. [2]

He is listen in the Australian Electoral Rolls from 1936. [3]

Sources

  1. Horsens Vor Frelser parish record
  2. www.ww2roll.gov.au, www.naa.gov.au
  3. Australian Electoral Rolls, 1901-1954