WWII alien registration (NAA)
Alias original name Arne Kanttinen, since Dec.1910 Arnold Berg
Place Helsingfors (Helsinki), Finland
Ethnic origin Finnish
Father Jacob Berg (or Josef Johanson)
Mother Ida Jakkola
Wife Carrie Ethel Berg (née Robinson), married in 1918 in England; children Harry b. 1917, Arnold Hjalmar b. 1920, served in AIF in WWII, Hilda Janet b. 1923, served RAN in WWII, Ethel Berg b. 1925, Ronald Berg b. 1926
Arrived at Australia
disembarked at Port Pirie, SA
Residence before enlistment Adelaide
Occupation 1917 sailor, 1922 fruitgrower and farmer
Service 1 service number 3028
unit 43rd Battalion
place Western Front, 1918
casualties WIA 1918
final fate RTA 7.11.1919
Service 2 (WWII)
POE Rudall, SA
unit 5th Battalion Volunteer Defence Corps
Naturalisation Served as Russian subject
Residence after the war 1922 Greenock, ca 1933 Kilroo, Kielpa, 1951 Tumby Bay, SA
Died 24.05.1982 (25.03.1982?), Brighton, Adelaide
Army payfile (NAA)
WWII service records (NAA)
Family tree on Ancestry.com
A birthday party. - Advertiser, Adelaide, 27 October 1923, p. 17.
The wine bounty. - Advertiser, Adelaide, 21 October 1926, p. 12.
Drv. A.Berg's experiences as P.O.W. - Port Lincoln Times, 25 October 1945, p. 14.
Kilroo. Welcome home. - Eyre's Peninsula Tribune, Cowell, SA, 29 November 1945, p. 2.
Farewell at Rudall Centre. - Port Lincoln Times, 11 January 1951, p. 10.