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BEASLEY, Frederick

No 7 Commando
Corporal Frederick Beasley was initially reported missing presumed prisoner of war. He was later presumed killed in action during operations in Crete as part of Layforce. 
British Army Casualty Lists 1939-45.


No 7 Commando
Private John Crosbie died during operations in Crete [1].
Extract from the Dumfries and Galloway Standard - Saturday 12 June 1943
"Dumfries Commando Dies Of Wounds :-  James Crosbie, 32 Shakespeare Street, Dumfries, has received intimation from the War Office that his son, Pte. John Crosbie, K.O.S.B., who was reported as wounded and missing while serving as a Commando in Crete two years ago, must now be presumed to have died of wounds." [2].

STOTT, Charles Henry

52ME Commando
Trooper Charles Stott was reported missing on 2 June 1941 during operations at Crete but later found to have been taken prisoner. He died whilst a prisoner of war, cause of death not known to this archive.
Casualty Lists 1939-45 / National Archives files WO417/27, 31, and 44.

THOMAS, Leslie

52ME Commando
Trooper Leslie Thomas died during the evacuation of allied forces from Crete. No 52 ME Commando (as part of 'D' Bn Layforce) were engaged in a rearguard action whilst the evacuation took place. 
Casualty Lists 1939-45 / National Archives file WO417/30.
Tank Museum archives. 

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