Oostende New Communal Cemetery Belgium
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Lieutenant Pierre Beauprez was the first serviceman of the Belgian Forces to die in Korea. He was killed when a mine exploded as he was conducting a Patrol on the North bank of the River Han during the Korean War. In WW2 he had served in 4 Belgian troop of No 10 (Inter Allied) Commando.
Marine Joseph Fawcett died of wounds inflicted during the Westkapelle landings at Walcheren. Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Fawcett, of Liverpool [1a].
Marine John Robertson died at Ostend Belgium. His Commando were engaged in operations at Westkapelle, Walcheren.
Registers of Reports of Deaths - Naval Ratings / National Archives files ADM 104/136.
Marine William Sage died at Ostend, Belgium. Son of Edward Colston Sage and Ethel Elizabeth Sage, of Bristol.
Registers of Reports of Deaths - Naval Ratings / National Archives file ADM 104/136.
Marine Albert Thatcher, 'B' troop, died of wounds he received during the allied landings at Westkapelle, Walcheren. He was on board LCT 18 when it was hit by a shell and he received shrapnel wounds. He was taken to a Beach Dressing Station but died the next day.