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10 Commando History
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.
The Belgian troop of No 10 Inter Allied Commando.
The Fallen from No.10 Inter Allied Commando 4 Troop
Francois Boulle escaped to France and then onto England after Belgium was invaded. He volunteered for the Commandos and served in No.10 (Inter Allied) Commando 4 (Belgian) Troop. Post war member of the Commando Association
- Captain De Jonghe is listed in the Personnel Files of the S.O.E .
Lieutenant Albert Deton, 4 (Belgian) troop, was killed during operations in Italy. There is a Plaque in his honour at San Pietro Avellana Piazza, Umberto, Italy. See full size photo in Gallery.
Lance Corporal Marcel Mairesse, who served in 4 (Belgian) troop of the Commando, was killed during operations in Italy.
Lieutenant Adolphe Meny, 4 (Belgian) troop, was killed during operations at Domburg, Walcheren. (Source: Account of Carlo Seghers in "20 Heroes of Us" by General Crahay.)
Lieutenant Pierre Roman, 4 (Belgian) Troop of No.10 (Inter Allied) Commando , was awarded the Military Cross for gallant and distinguished service on 5 November 1944 during operations near Domburg on Walcheren Island, Holland.
Lieutenant General Pierre Roman, KCVO., MC. became Chief of Staff, Belgian Army, in 1972.
Served in No.10 (Inter Allied) Commando, 4 Troop (Belgian).
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