Dieppe Canadian War Cemetery Hautot-Sur-Mer

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40RM Commando

Sergeant Jack Beesley died during operations at Dieppe.

Registers of Reports of Deaths - Naval Ratings / National Archives file ADM 104/127.

OPPELT, Gustav

No 10 Commando
Gustav Oppelt was a refugee from Czechoslavakia (Sudeten German) and was killed during operations at Dieppe. For this raid he was attached to 'X' troop, of  No 10.

SUTTON, George Henry

George Sutton 4 Commando
No 4 Commando
Private George Sutton, from Hull, died during operations at Dieppe. In a letter to his parents Lord Lovat wrote, " Your son fought magnificently and died in the hour of victory. No man can do more. He is a credit to his Commando and his Country. " 
A former pupil of Scarborough Street School, he had been in the Army for over 2 years.
Newspaper article in the No.4 Commando gallery.

TUCKER, George Arthur

No 4 Commando
Signalman George Tucker died during operations at Dieppe.
Commonwealth War Grave Commission inscription
"Killed in action and buried at the time in Ste. Marguerite-Sur-Mer Churchyard whose grave is now lost. Their glory shall not be blotted out."

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