Toka Aperahama

Ingoa whānau
Aperahama
Ingoa tuatahi
Toka

World War 2

Tau Rangatū
25806
Tūnga
Private
Wāhi noho
Pukepoto, Kaitaia, New Zealand
Whanaunga tino tata i te wā o te kuhunga
Mr Rewi Aperahama (father), Te Hapua, North Auckland, New Zealand

Takupu (2)

In The Evening Post on Wednesday, 9 July 1941, Toka Aperahama, Pte is listed as 'Missing'. Click here to see full page. On Thursday, 4 December 1941 in The Evening Post, Toka is listed as one of the 'Prisoners of War - Previously Reported as Missing'.  Click here to see full page. In The Evening Post on Saturday, 12 May 1945, Toka is listed as 'Now Safe in United Kingdom'. Click here to see full page.

Toka Aperahama was (re?)captured on 16/10/1941 in the Iraklion prefecture of Crete. He was processed in Iraklion POW camp, Crete, with POW number 4419. He was likely shipped off Crete directly from Iraklion in mid December 1941, likely arriving Stalag VIIIB ~15th January 1942