CAMPBELL, Norman Murray Priggen

Rank: 
Lance Sergeant
Unit/Base: 
Regiment/Corps: 
Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment
Service: 
Army
Service numbers: 
5958258
Died : 
Monday, February 26, 1945
Killed in action or died of wounds
Age: 
24
Cemetery/Memorial: 

Lance Sergeant Norman Campbell died during the 6 week period in February/March when No 2 Commando were placed "in the line" in Italy under 5 Corps. The War Diary records that he was seriously injured, later dying of his wounds, during shelling that took place between 1110hrs and 1550hrs.

The same entry also records that LBdr King was killed during this shelling.

He is also referred to in the diary entry for February 1945 of Victor Miller of No 2 Commando, "Mon 26th  Thing are pretty sticky, my mates in 3 troop are catching it, Bob, Brampton, Bill, Campbell, Jocko, Timber ...all dead."
 
Sources
CWGC
No. 2 Cdo. War Diary 26 Feb.1945. 
National Archives file WO/218/82.
 
Primary Roll of Honour: 
Photo of grave in Gallery: 
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