Stanley Le-Lievre enlisted into The King’s Shropshire Light Infantry.
He later volunteered for airborne forces and served with 2nd (Airborne) Battalion, South Staffordshire Regiment.
Lance Corporal Le-Lievre went on Operation Market Garden and fought at the Battle of Arnhem. L/Cpl Le-Lievre died during the withdrawal of Arnhem on 26 September 1944, aged 26 years old. He was recovered from the river on 4 October 1944 and he is now buried at Rhenen General Cemetery, Rhenen, Utrecht.
Grave image supplied by John Geboers
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