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Andrew CHAN (aka CHAN Kwong Kee, Andrew Chanduloy) [1914-1983]
From the entry for Andrew Chan in the BAAG Personnel Register, Ride Collection:
Born 4th July 1914 in Seychelles. Chinese-British subject.
Citation: “Before and during hostilities in Hongkong this man was a clerk in the RASC. After the surrender he escaped to China and volunteered his services to the BAAG. He was first employed in dangerous intelligence work in Hongkong and later was a member of a team which set up an intelligence post in the hills overlooking Kowloon. He remained at this post in the heart of heavily held enemy territory for about 6 months. Later, he was a member of a coast watching post which was captured by the Red guerillas. He was held prisoner for three months before his release was effected. Throughout these operations, Chan displayed most commendable devotion to duty and bravery of a high order.” (signed) L T Ride, Colonel. 1945.