Dieppe Canadian War Cemetery Hautot-Sur-Mer

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BEESLEY, Jack

40RM Commando

Sergeant Jack Beesley died during operations at Dieppe.

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

COOPER, George William

No 3 Commando

Gunner George Cooper died during operations at Dieppe, France.

Sources
CWGC.
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/64.

RA Casualty Cards 1939-1947.
ROH in Commando-Memoirs of a Fighting Commando in WW2 by Brig Durnford-Slater.

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.
 
Sources
CWGC.
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."
 

WALL, William

No 3 Commando

Gunner William Wall from Birmingham died during operations at Dieppe, France. 

Sources
CWGC.
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/50.

RA Casualty Cards 1939-1947.
ROH in Commando-Memoirs of a Fighting Commando in WW2 by Brig Durnford-Slater.

WHATLEY, John

No 4 Commando

Lance Corporal John Whatley was reported wounded and missing on 19 August 1942 during operations at Dieppe, France. It was later confirmed that he had been killed in action.

His brother Flying Officer William Denman Whatley also died in the war.

Sources
CWGC. 
Casualty Lists / National Archives files WO417/49, WO417/50, and WO417/57.
 

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