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Keith Bishop


Date and Place of Birth: Circa 1916 Adelaide, South Australia
Date and Place of Death:    November 1, 1942 Egypt
Baseball Experience: Amateur
Position: Unknown
Rank: Captain
Military Unit: HQ 24th Brigade Australian Infantry
Area Served: North Africa

Keith E. Bishop of Adelaide, South Australia, played A grade baseball in Port Adelaide. A graduate of the Royal Military College at Duntroon, Captain Bishop was a member of the permanent military staff in Adelaide before serving in Egypt with HQ 24th Brigade. Captain Bishop was killed in action on November 1, 1942. He is buried at the El Alamein War Cemetery in Egypt.

Broken Hill Barrier Miner, November 19, 1942
Commonwealth War Graves Commission

Date Added: May 9, 2013

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