• Gerald George Hogan

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  • Military Cross (MC)
  • Birth

    Beechworth, Victoria, Australia

Stories and comments
    • Death on the Montevideo Maru in 1942
    • Posted by newguinea, Wednesday, 25 March 2015

    Listed as dying on the Montevideo Maru on 1 July 1942. Refer to Montevideo Maru website link at www.montevideomarumaru.naa.gov.au .

    • description of photo in Australian War Memorial.
    • Posted by helenpre, Sunday, 29 November 2015

    An outdoors group portrait of the Commanding Officer and officers of the 2nd Australian Field Brigade Headquarters. Left to right, back row: Interpreter Gregoire, wearing a Military Medal ribbon; unidentified; Lieutenant (Lt) R A Ayrton, wearing RFC wings, Chaplain Reverend T T Webb. Front row: Captain C C Hains; Major Gerald George Hogan MC. After the war Hogan was the Australian Crown Law Officer at Rabaul, New Britain. He was interned by the Japanese early in 1942 and died when the transport ship Montevideo Maru was sunk by the American submarine USS Sturgeon near the Philippines on 1 July 1942 ; Lt L C Wade.

    Australian War Memorial