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10 Commando Nominal Roll

In 1946 the Army Council decided that the Army Commandos were to be disbanded and no provision was allowed or made for any depository or office which would have at least contained a complete Roster of Names of the men who served in the various units. 

ALLARD, Camille

LCpl. Allard, 1st Batallion Fusiliers Marins Commando, was killed whilst attached to No 4 Commando during operations in the Netherlands.
 
The No 4 Commando War Diary for May 7th 1945 records " Halstern - No 7 french troop moved to Schouwen and established HQ at Bruinisse, and to clear and mark all minefields in that area." (Source: War Diary National Archives WO 218/ 84.)
 

DIGNAC, Andre

Pte Andre Dignac 10 Commando

Pte. Dignac, 1st Batallion Fusiliers Marins Commando, badge no. 26, was killed during Operation Hardtack 7 on the German occupied island of Sark. He had been grievously injured by an anti-personnel mine, not possible to evacuate, presumed killed and buried by the Germans.

GUY, Rene

Cpl. Guy, 1st Batallion Fusiliers Marins Commando, badge no.196, missing presumed killed after a raid on the coast of Holland near a beach at Wassenaar.

LION, Robert

Capt. Lion 10 Commando

Capt. Lion, Medical Officer, 1st Batallion Fusiliers Marins Commando, badge no. 193, was killed whilst attached to No 4 Commando during operations at Normandy.

Mort pour la France

 


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