Driver Thomas Brennan

25 Sep 1944

Thomas Brennan, son of Joseph and Alice Brennan; husband of Winifred Brennan, of Crosby Green, Liverpool, enlisted in the Royal Army Service Corps and then volunteered for airborne forces.

Driver Brennan successfully completed his parachute training at RAF Kabrit, Egypt and was attached to 11th Battalion The Parachute Regiment and took part in Operation Market Garden (Arnhem).

Dvr Brennan was killed in action on 25 September 1944, aged 34. He was given a field burial in an isolated group of graves in a field beside Klein Amerikaweg and was re-interred to Arnhem Oosterbeek War Cemetery on 31 October 1945.

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