Lance Bombardier Adolphus Joseph Gallucci was an English soldier of the British Army who died during the Second World War.

He was born on 14 March 1910, in Islington, the son of Italian Ernesto Daniel, a shopkeeper and hairdresser, and Clara Sissy Gallucci (née Tebbs), of Oxton.

Gallucci died on 23 January 1943, on the island of Java, while a prisoner of war in Japanese captivity.[1] His unit, 79 Battery, 21 Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment, RA had been captured following Japan's invasion of the Dutch East Indies.

He is buried in Jakarta War Cemetery, Indonesia.


  1. Timor Gunners from the 79th Battery 21 Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Retrieved 25 October 2012.


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