Gunner Hector Murdoch arrived home (at his new prefabricated house in Tulse Hill, London), on his birthday, greeted by his wife Rosina and 9 year old son. Hector had been away for four and a half years, three and a half years of which he was a prisoner of war. Whats astounding about this is not what they went through, it's not that they suffered and dealt with it but what they did after the war and up to present day. All that bloodshed all that lose and heartache to just freely give it away without so much as a raised fist. Even today there are millions and millions of people that lived through WW2 where is their voice ? Their complicit silence is a disgrace to all those that died.