submitted by Peter Makarthis on 25.04.2014
Flying Officer William Gengos
Tobruk 12 August 1942
Private Steleanos Gengos
El Alemain 1 September 1942
The Gengos (Tzentzos) family who established themselves 1914-1922 in Inverell and later moved to Moree suffered the greatest loss with two family members Flying Officer William Gengos and Private Steleanos (Stan) Gengos, themselves cousins, killed within a few weeks of each other at Tobruk and El Alemain, North Africa in 1942.
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