'ME Cdo. Roll of Honour'
50 Middle East Commando
51 Middle East Commando
52 Middle East Commando
Layforce 'B' Battalion
Layforce 'D' Battalion
Below is an A-Z view of the Roll of Honour with information about each of the Fallen. Displaying 1 - 50 of 50
The circumstances of the death of Private Arich Ben-Joseph are not known to this archive.
"X"1 list Depot Commando Training and Holding Unit 2/2/41 (Yorkshire Hussars 6/41)
Private Joseph Flood died during operations in Eritrea.
- 2 January 1924 enlisted Royal Tank Corps aged 18. Former trade 'Shop Assistant'. Residence 'Fisherton Salisbury Wiltshire' .
 Casualty Lists 1939-45 / National Archive files WO417/57, WO417/66, WO/417/100.
Guardsman George Howarth died during operations in Eritrea.
The circumstances of the death of Private Ibrahim Madi are not known to this archive.
Private James Mather was reported missing 2 June 1941 during operations in Crete and later found to be a prisoner of war . He had been imprisoned at Stalag 4C, a prisoner of war camp at Wistritz bei Teplitz, Sudetenland ( part of former Czechoslovakia) [2a]. He died shortly after his release in 1945 due to ill treatment whilst a prisoner .
His brother, 851729 Sergeant Kenneth Mather, 16 Defence Regiment R.A., also died during WW2 on the 13th February 1942 aged 20. He is remembered on the Singapore Memorial .
Guardsman Thomas Maxwell was wounded during operations in Crete on 2 June 1941 and became a prisoner of war. He died whilst a prisoner of war cause of death not known to this archive.
British Army Casualty Lists 1939-45 / National Archives file WO417/27, 29, 30, and 60.
Westminster Abbey Commando Roll of Honour file ref. National Archives DEFE/2/843.
"X"1 list Posted to Depot Commando Training Wing and Holding Unit 31/1/41 (Cheshire Yeomanry 6/41)
Reported missing 2/6/41 (Cas. 137/41 )
Died (BC) 2/6/41.
Private Werner Osterman died during the period his Commando were engaged in operations in Eritrea.
Private Hugh Pemberton was reported killed in action in the Western Desert.
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/34.
Private Daoud Abu Ali Tayeb died in service, cause not known to this archive.
- 1 April to 30 July 1939 (Second Lieutenant) (2nd Bn. The Leicestershire Regiment) awarded the Military Cross for distinguished services rendered in the field in connection with operations in Palestine.
The circumstances of the death of Private Panayis Vrondi are not known to this archive.
The circumstances of the death of Private Mordechai Zwik are not known to this archive.
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