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ABRAHAMS, John Cyril

Served as : 
Alias of BAKER
No 3 Commando
Royal Artillery
John Cyril Abrahams from Cullingworth, Bradford, enlisted 13 June 1940, formerly employed as a Clothing Designer. Gunner Abrahams was reported missing 14 July 1943 during operations at Agnone, Sicily, and Malati Bridge (3 Commando Bridge), later found to be a prisoner of war. 


Victor Adderton MM 3 Commando
No 3 Commando
Small Scale Raiding Force (62 Commando)
Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment
Military Medal (MM)
Victor Adderton enlisted on 13 May 1935. During WW2 he volunteered for the Commandos. Private Adderton, No.3 Commando, was awarded the Military Medal in recognition of gallant and distinguished service in the combined attack on Dieppe [1][1a][2].

DAW, Herbert Frank

No 3 Commando
Royal Sussex Regiment
2nd Police Intake
Herbert Frank Daw from Sussex volunteered for the Commandos enlisting 23 July 1942 joining the 2nd Police Intake to the Commando Depot (Commando Basic Training Centre) located at Achnacarry.

DICKINSON, John Leonard

Lance Corporal
No 3 Commando
Royal Armoured Corps
Hull City Police
John Leonard Dickinson joined Hull City Police as PC 239 on 7 October 1935. In WW2 he volunteered for the Commandos enlisting 26 July 1942 as part of the 2nd Police Intake to the Commando Depot (Commando Basic Training Centre), Achnacarry.

JONES, Thomas Ellis

Thomas Ellis Jones 3 Commando
No 3 Commando
Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders
Liverpool City Police
Thomas Ellis Jones joined the Liverpool City Police in April 1939. He volunteered for the Commandos enlisting on 23 July 1942 as part of the 2nd Police Intake to the Commando Depot (Commando Basic Training Centre), Achnacarry.

SCALLY, Augustine

No 1 Commando
Welch Regiment
Private Augustine Scally from Wigan was reported wounded and missing on 6 December 1942 during operations in North Africa, later found to have been captured on the 2nd December. Enlisted 16 October 1939, former trade - French Polisher.
Prison Camps

SMITH, Alexander

50ME Commando
Cheshire Regiment 1st Bn.
Private Alexander Smith, 1st Bn. Cheshire Regiment attached 50 Middle East Commando, was wounded between 25 and 28 February 1941 during operations on the occupied Greek island of Kastellorizo [1][2]

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