DE JONGHE, Arthur Jules Charles Baudoin
Captain (later Major)
Thursday, April 30, 1903
Temporary Captain Vicomte Arthur de Jonghe, a French speaking Belgian national, took part in Operation Chariot, the raid at St Nazaire on 28 March 1942. He was a Liaison Officer embarked on board motor launch ML446 and was evacuated back to the UK after the operation .
- Captain De Jonghe is listed in the Personnel Files of the S.O.E .
- February 1943 serving as the Demolition Officer at the Commando Basic Training Centre .
- July 1944 listed as No.10(IA) Commando, Field Security Officer (FSO) of 1 Special Service Brigade .
- Appointed M.B.E. (Military Division) in recognition of gallant and distinguished service attached to 1 Special Service Brigade HQ during operations in North West Europe .
- 1947 announcement of award of the Bronze Star Medal conferred by the President of the United States of America in recognition of distinguished servce in the cause of the Allies .
- Post war Belgian representative of the Commando Association. His death was announced to members in their September 1968 newsletter .
 St Nazaire Society website.
 Personnel Files of the Special Operations Executive ref. National Archives file HS 9/810/7.
 Image and detail in CVA Gallery ref. III-SC 180098, The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration.
 1 Special Service Brigade HQ War Diary 1944.
 London Gazette 37595, page 2736.
 National Archives file WO373/102/182.
 London Gazette 38122, page 5354.
 Commando Association newsletter 47.
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