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Sapper Kill served in France as part of the British Expeditionary Force during the early stages of World War II with the 691 (Mowlem) General Construction Company, Royal Engineers.
Brigadier Sisson has been closely involved with the Quarter-Master-General’s plans for the restructuring of the Department and the Q Services since October 1974, first as Secretary of the Somervill
Major Sisson has been engaged for the last fourteen months on world wide forward logistic planning.
Heide and I visited Arnhem and the airborne division cemetery on Thursday 3 September.
Ref Map - BRUNEN Sheet 4206 1/2500
We were to attack the Merville battery, a group of four massive concrete gun emplacements with full overhead cover, surrounded by a lot of barbed wire, an anti-tank ditch and a minefield.
11678 SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 10TH DECEMBER 1965. Military Medal 23256793 Corporal Malcolm Brian Jack BAUGHAN The Parachute Regiment.
The year was 1969. I forget the date, it was so long ago.
THE LONDON GAZETTE of 26 February 2015 Honours and Awards Victoria Cross MINISTRY OF DEFENCE Whitehall, London SW1 26 February 2015
11678 Supplement to the London Gazette 14 December 1965 Military Medal 23532335 Corporal William Redvers Tindale
The following excerpts are from Captain MacMillan's report, written in 1968, on the activities of the 317 (Airborne) Field Security Section, which he commanded:
On 18th September 1944 when the 4th Brigade dropped at Arnhem they found that the Germans were covering considerable portions of the DZ with Machine Gun and Mortar fire.
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