Dennis Fulham 
       World War II military service
              in the middle east
                                on website

                           click on photos for larger view
Dennis R Fulham, British Eighth Army
Royal Corps of Signals, Sept 39 - May 46

Middle East service Jan 1941- Mar 45
Mediterranean service Mar 45 - Aug 45

Medals awarded:
1939-45 Star
Africa Star & 8th Army Clasp
Italy Star
Defence Medal
War Medal 1939-45
1943 Aug 'East Meets West'. 
Dennis, 2nd from left.
Explanation of photo by Dennis, 1999
1941-45 'Black Horse' Tank,
 Dennis. Western Desert
World War II
'Cross Guns' tank, western desert, 
1941 -45.  unidentified person
Dennis Fulham 2008
b July 1918, 
Bristol, England
d May 2009, 
Woodstock, Ont
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                  by Sue McPherson, London, Ontario

                   This page was created Sept 2013
1941-45 Cairo, Egypt, Dennis.
Western desert. 1941-45
Dennis with a shrapnel arm wound

WW II veteran Dennis Fulham,

resident of Woodstock, Ontario, for more than fifty years, died on May 19, 2009. He was 90 years old. Born in Bristol, England, on 30 July 1918, Dennis was a signalman with the Royal Corps of Signals, attached to the Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry, serving with the British Eighth Army in the Western Desert, including the Battle of El Alamein, and in Italy.  
Dennis with sisters Doris and Lily Fulham. 1921
  I hope these views are appreciated, for how they show 

another side of war - the monotony of it as the experience 

               offered to soldiers of other ways of life.