I have only just found this site yesterday, am finding it fascinating. I am in the process of researching information about my uncle, Pte Frederick James Wratten, #32927, from the NZEF not sure yet which battalion. Have applied for but not yet received his service record. I think he was in camp PG106/20 and escaped with 2 other kiwis (one called Ed Preston who was the subject of a film called 'Home by Christmas') after the Italian armistice. They were some of the first kiwis to make it to Switzerland, 20 Sept 1943. I have found mention of him on a few lists, but would love to know if there is more information to be had. Unfortunately, he did not appear to talk much about his experiences and he died in 1947. Would love to hear from anyone who might have come across anything that may help. Edit: I have just accessed a listing for him on 'findmypast' and he does have an Escapers and Evaders Transcription, WO208 4276, I am in NZ so would appreciate anyone letting me know if they already have a copy of the document or could get it for me.