Frederiksen
First name(s)/Initials: V.
Service number: 14196999
Rank: Gunner
Regiment/Service: Royal Artillery
Unit(s)/Ship: 334th Forward Observer Battery Airborne
Decorations/Campaign medals: General Service Medal 1918-62 with Palestine 1945-48 clasp
Source(s): GSM 1918-62 Palestine 1945-48 medal roll
Frederiksen
First name(s)/Initials: K.
Service number: 14196935
Rank: Gunner
Regiment/Service: Royal Artillery
Unit(s)/Ship: 334th Forward Observer Battery Airborne
Decorations/Campaign medals: General Service Medal 1918-62 with Palestine 1945-48 clasp
Source(s): GSM 1918-62 Palestine 1945-48 medal roll
Frederiksen
First name(s)/Initials: Niels Peter
Service number: 913831
Rank: Private
Regiment/Service: Canadian Infantry
Unit(s)/Ship: 197th Battalion
Additional info: Born 2.4.1883. Enlisted 27.12.1916.
Source(s): Canadian Great War Project
Frederiksen
First name(s)/Initials: Gunnar
Service number: 14196057
Rank: Private
Regiment/Service: The Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment
Additional info: Discharged 24.4.1948
Source(s): Army Book 258 - Maidstone Museum & Bentlif Art Gallery
Frederiksen
First name(s)/Initials: Oskar Frode
Rank: Chief Engineer Officer
Regiment/Service: Merchant Navy
Unit(s)/Ship: M. V. Afrika (Glasgow)
Additional info: Born ca. 1900. Son of Frode Oskar Frederiksen and Cicilie Frederiksen; husband of Gerda Frederiksen, of Gentofte, Copenhagen, Denmark. Died 7.2.1943. remembered on Tower Hill Memorial.

Form Wrecksite.eu - Allen Tony: Completed in March 1920 as Afrika for A/S Det Østasiatiske Kompagni, Copenhagen. On 14th April, 1940, she was en route from Aden to Colombo and seized by HMAS Hobart (D 63) (Capt H.L. Howden, OBE, RAN). Taken over by Britain and transferred to the Ministry of War Transport (MoWT). The Danish liner Afrika MV, Capt. E. Broholm Jensen, was formerly of the East Asiatic Company´s fleet. After the Germa n occupation of Denmark in April, 1940, the vessel sailed under the British flag. On February 7th, 1943, when in convoy in the North Atlantic and on route from Halifax to Liverpool carrying 5,000 tons of steel and 6,457 tons of government and general cargo, including grain and explosives she was torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U-402. Of those on board 24 men, including Capt. Jensen, were killed.
Source(s): CWGC + Wrecksite.eu
Link 1: CWGC
Fredshavn
First name(s)/Initials: P. W.
Service number: 14196474
Rank: Private
Regiment/Service: Duke of Wellingtons Regiment
Unit(s)/Ship: 1st Battalion
Decorations/Campaign medals: General Service Medal 1918-62 with Palestine 1945-48 clasp
Source(s): GSM 1918-62 Palestine 1945-48 medal roll
Fredshavn
First name(s)/Initials: H. M.
Service number: 14196475
Rank: Private
Regiment/Service: Duke of Wellingtons Regiment
Unit(s)/Ship: 1st Battalion
Decorations/Campaign medals: General Service Medal 1918-62 with Palestine 1945-48 clasp
Source(s): GSM 1918-62 Palestine 1945-48 medal roll
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