In the collection of photos I have from my late father is a snapshot of a soldier in front of a tent with a a scribbled note saying Tobruk and on the rear an Italian sounding name along with a date of 17 08 43 and the place 104 General Hospital Phillipeville which is in Algeria. I now for certain that my father was there recovering from Bronchitis but the question is, who is the gentleman in the photo and if I can assume from the scribbled name, Antonio Ditodi? perhaps that he was Italian, how on earth did it get in my fathers possession . Was he a prisoner of war perhaps and maybe they were able to mix with allied men while recovering? Any thoughts and whats the chance of him being more positively identified? PS. My father definitely didn't go anywhere near Tobruk.