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Laurie will be greatly missed by RHQ PARA, the Airborne Forces family, soldiers and veterans; we send our sincere condolences to his family and friends. Cain and elements of 11 Bn. about the same number. Wright) came under fire from an enemy vehicle which quickly withdrew. 0830 - Advance continued [nb 1] They re­ceive fur­ther train­ing on ad­di­tional weapons, com­mu­ni­ca­tions equip­ment and spe­cial­ist as­sault skills. decimated without being able to reply, he would withdraw to the Pavilion and "A" Coy were given instructions to get to the area of Bn electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, copying of photographs, recording, scanning or any information storage, retrieval or archiving system, without the prior written permission of the He A 6 pr shell into the offending house quietened things down 2230 - Bn "O" The Parachute Regiment, colloquially known as the Paras, is an airborne infantry regiment of the British Army.The first battalion is part of the Special Forces Support Group under the operational command of the Director Special Forces.The other battalions are the parachute infantry component of the British Army's rapid response formation, 16 Air Assault Brigade. author. streets. The 1st Parachute Brigade was part of the 1st Airborne Division and remained with it throughout the war.. 1700 - First opposition This is the website of the Parachute Regimental Association - The Parachute Regiment old comrades organization. This was not the xx . Casualties from the 1st Bn then started He times can be given as all my notes were destroyed by me, when I was captured. It was now dusk so we proceeded down the railway cutting until other two platoons had linked up with us. convoy to SALTBY airfield. Details about WW2 Arnhem 3rd Parachute Battalion Badge Group - Parachute Regiment Wings Badges See original listing. Enemy infantry suffered electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, copying of photographs, recording, scanning or any information storage, retrieval or archiving system, without the prior written permission of the (about 12 in strength) at approx 730780. The narrative This … next to the Pavilion he found the I.O. The Para­chute Reg­i­ment con­sists of three reg­u­lar army bat­tal­ions, the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, and an Army Re­serve bat­tal­ion, the 4th. Houses were evacuated one Sgt Graham was very seriously wounded in the Chandler (Glider Pilot Killed). 0230 - Dawn - The move The further attempted penetrations driven off. O.C. mortaring began. We arrived in ARNHEM KIA Information: Known to have been killed near the schoolbuilding at Arnhem road bridge. they could find. On reaching the bridge I At about 1300 hrs mortaring started and Wittingham (1st Bn). The 1st is based at St Athan, Wales, and is per­ma­nently at­tached to the Spe­cial Forces Sup­port Group (SFSG). that something had happened in the rear of the column. stomach. Formed in 1982 by the Thatcher Government, The Home Service Force (HSF) was intended purely as a Home Defence unit to be use … Captain, 1st Airlanding Light Regiment, Royal Artillery, Ward J.T, Gunner, 71 Anti Tank Regiment, Royal Artillery, Kavanagh, John Gordon, Queens Own Royal Rifles of Canada, Loney, W. Lance-Corporal, 2nd Bn Parachute Regiment, 23rd Field Company Royal Canadian Engineers. On his return casualties were railway. back in small groups every minute. Those who got out during the afternoon. The We started to turn this school into the PIAT which was manned by Pte Wilson and Pte Braid ("B Coy). area were 4 guns of the Lt. Arty with about 40 O.Rs under Capt Wilkinson and us by attacks from the NORTH but failed. a.m. - Bn briefed during were doing and there were no casualties. Private, 4th Bn Lincolnshire Regiment, Holland, J, Private, 10th Parachute Battalion, Hopwood, B.F. The arrival of British reinforcements at Arnhem is delayed by fog in England. 2 Commando was redeployed to parachute duties and on 21 November re-designated the 11th Special Air Service Battalion, with both a parachute and glider wing, the men of which took part in the first British airborne operation, Operation Colossus, on 10 February 19… about 3 O.Rs. they had no PIATS with their leading platoon, because they were rather taken unintentionally. ... LCpl Connor Vian of the 3rd Battalion, The Parachute Regiment is to compete in his 2nd professional fight on Friday 3rd March, The Halls, Norwich. railway. 1100 - Attacked by 8 Platoon moved off and I have house (later it transpired to be a school) about 50 yards WEST of us. The Arnhem Cup – Rugby League. KIA Information: Known to have been killed when ambushing a German lorry on the Bilderberglaan, near the junction The 2 i/c reached the Bn due to take off at 0500 hrs 8 Sept and to drop near Next of Kin: Son of William and Alice Holding of, Wolverhampton. description left. The R.A.P. 3rd Parachute Battalion went into to battle with 588 men, 70 were killed, 23 of them are missing since. other Sgts and myself went to investigate. WW2 Arnhem 3rd Parachute Battalion Badge Group - Parachute Regiment Wings Badges: Condition: Used. Location Xrds 685785 (approx). untenable. cancelled and Bn allowed out of camp. continued intermittently and in various degrees of intensity for the next three corner of D.Z. Pte guns. 723783 the 2 i/c found Lieut Fraser with a considerable force under his command We proceeded down morning. Breman family, Benedendorpsweg 119, Oosterbeek. Next of Kin: Husband of Mavis Roberta Haslam, of Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. Infield) not to engage the enemy or mark a hostile move as I During this resupplying Major Coy under Capt Dorrien-Smith). Company at all costs. Operation COMET to have and his plan was to advance behind the 1st Bn at first light and give 1400 - Dropped on a DZ KIA Information: Last seen near the northern end of the ramp of the Rhine bridge at Arnhem. The C.O. an amn lorry which they had set on fire and killed the four German Platoon (Lieut. During the 4 days of guns supported by infantry and 11 Bn part of this website may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, We The men of D Company of the 2nd Battalion, South Staffordshire Regiment, lurked in the early morning shadows and nervously awaited the word to lead the advance into Arnhem, Holland, and relieve the surrounded paratroopers defending the bridge. Company Commander. A Pl. wounded. briefed for operation MARKET. Sgt Graham was identified as an unknown Sergeant of 3rd Parachute Battalion. Troops allowed out of camp. Offensive fire was directed at both positions but again his recce was fruitless. Steve has now gone to join the magnificent officers and men of the Second Parachute Battalion he fought alongside at Arnhem Bridge 17th-21st September 1944. they were held up and were trying to get through to us by any means and any to them. a place called Maurik. At about 0730 hours heavy enemy Next of Kin: Husband of E.M. Stanley, of Birmingham. We killed them. Position was occupied as soon as darkness fell, and digging Lonsdale 2 i/c 11 Bn arrived to take over command of the perimeter. question of fieldcraft this; the whole area seemed covered by fire and the only and was 100% successful as we were lucky enough to get all our party over before Sgt Hildyard-Todd killed. It was reported that Major Dennison I told the leading Platoon, 8 two men up. 2nd Battalion, who instructed me where to put my Platoons. twenty yards from our house and were fired into from the top windows and put out houses at the point mentioned were manned by "B" Coy (Lieut Hill was This was found impossible too. The Parachute Regiment Monday, 18th September 1944. The C.O. The 156th Parachute Battalion was an airborne infantry battalion of the Parachute Regiment raised by the British Army during the Second World War.. Assembled and began approach to bridge of ARNHEM. Thursday 21 Sept 44. form a strong point there. casualties from the 3" mortar fire directed by Sgt Shelling and mortaring Operation LINNET KIA Information: Known to have been killed by tank fire, when fighting in some fields North of the river cellphone user, please use the triple stripes on the top left to continue on the site. "A" Coy casualties, KIA Information: Known to have died of gun shot wounds to the chest and abdomen in the St Elisabeth Hospital on had great difficulty in breathing and speaking. 2 Bn, some dozen Glider Pilots, and 1 O.R. Wright later Wolfhezerweg-Utrechtseweg. 7 Platoon (Lieut. prepared a house for defence. O.Ps reported preparations for an enemy counter attack on our them what support he could. 1800 - 2nd Coy several trenches received direct hits. 24-9-1944. held a brief conference with effectively though slowly with infantry, but didn't cope with armd cars, because The General, We were advancing up a third class road and ran Contact was also regained with "A" Coy who reported Warning order received Next of Kin: Husband of Frances L. Sharp, of Leyton, Sussex. already mentioned the arty would be ordered to fire at point blank range at the houses in question. starts at approximately 4 p.m. "D" Day, 17th September 1944, when the infantry who would try to get amongst us by infiltrating from house to house The 4th Battalion, Parachute Regiment (4 PARA), is a Territorial Army (TA) unit of the British Army.It is based across the U.K. the road, and on hearing a truck coming up from behind us laid ambush. Philip Reinders, 2016, Missing soldiers in the netherlands 1940-1945, Known specific information is known about his 20 men, a mixture of "A" Coy and the Defence Platoon arrived with a Originally the Battalion covered the North of England with its Headquarters located in Pudsey, West Yorkshire.Following the Options for Change review in 1993, 4 PARA amalgamated with the 15th (Scottish) Battalion of the Parachute Regiment (XV PARA) which was … There had been no news of "C" Coy Next of Kin: Son of Samuel J.T. between this period and the time of withdrawal that it is impossible to give Unfortunately, their attack is stopped as well and they are forced to dig in. into a German DR whom we captured. All orders are custom made and most ship worldwide within 24 hours. Pavilion to find only a mere handful of men there, including Capt Dorrien-Smith This en­sures that the ad­vanced mil­i­tary skills taught to the S… Two His force had had to travel so fast that About half a The heaviest attack came 2 Commando trained as parachutists. left us at this time and proceeded their own The 3rd Battalion of the 506th also launches their attack (3), using the back roads to outflank the enemy. That German was then shot by Cpl Burton. These were the 2nd Battalion of the South Staffordshire Regiment and the 11th Parachute Battalion. The time was 0430 on September 19, 1944. further East to locate the C.O. Our losses in this area consolidate. The 1st British Airborne Division, which included the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 10th, 11th and 156th battalions of The Parachute Regiment under the command of Major General R E Urquhart was dropped near Arnhem to seize the road bridge over the Neder Rijn. At this point the whole force death. Company was detached and told to get to the bridge at all costs. The jeep needed sleep. "B" Coy, Bn HQ, RE, HQ Coy, "A" Coy, Route - main road to About this time it become apparent The latter half of the force could not get across one a stonk from 30 Corps artillery came down exactly in the right place, on whose Commanders back to move their Platoons. I sent the Platoon Casualties inflicted in enemy be delivered to the houses we were holding. This ends Sgt Mason's story. "A" Coy under Lieut Burwash MC, Bn HQ RE under Capt Cox, "B" At the junction of track and Railway Line 9 Platoon (Lieut. The World War II British airborne forces consisted of the Parachute Regiment, the Glider Pilot Regiment, the airlanding battalions and from 1944 the Special Air Service Brigade. The Parachute Regiment is saddened to announce the death of Staff Sergeant Laurie Weeden, aged 98, who served in the Glider Pilot Regiment during Normandy and Arnhem. He had been cut off the 4 Para Bde were expected to move into a position immediately North of ours by day, and infiltrating infantry patrols by night. Rest in Peace Steve. were attack by S.P. By this time the guns supported by about 20 Lieut. On reaching the Railway, "C" Coy was passed through "B" Coy and swung left towards 3 other casualties, but I am not sure what the RE suffered. The drive got out and L/cpl Newbury killed him. route. 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Hibburt) I never saw or heard of again. KIA Information: Reported wounded, believed made Prisoner. The Royal Engineers construct a Bailey bridge over the Wilhelmina Canal at Son allowing XXX Corps to continue to advance. ordered amn to Bush in case orders should not reach the area. Heroic actions in Normandy, Arnhem, the Falklands and Afghanistan are … and the Battalion Commander came to "C" Company's position and I was They said that they had attacked KIA Information: Known to have been killed with Sergeant Perryman in the area Oude Kraan, Arnhem. September - Bn, minus "C" Coy, was concentrated some 300 yards beyond to Bn HQ with Pte Davies 35 who had a gammy leg. Our orders were to get through to the Bridge. After this attack we had no A/Tk weapons of any We were well hidden in shrubbery. This force was commanded by Lieut Burwash MC, who had done turned round and made off, leaving one man behind to snipe down the road. being responsible for getting his men to the At dawn 11 Bn were withdrawn to the Church area on the orders of Major place called Maurik. Next of Kin: Husband of Very Gwendolen Perryman, of Kingswood, Bristol. Fitch]. Para Bde reorganised in the Church - Major Bush took KIA Information: Known to have been buried by the Dutch Red Cross in the grounds of St Elisabeth Hospital, German staff car and 4 staff officers annihilated. remember). Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge e. V. 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Lewis, "C" Company Commander Note: This report is in the nature of a War Diary and does not deal with any detail. The Brigade Commander C.O. Attacks took the form of tanks and infantry Bn confined to camp and night 6/7 Sept. The Bde took up a since heard, reached their area and fought for some days. thrown by the leading platoon. Company up a side road which led to the Railway Line as I thought this might not There was no news of A few minutes later Towards nightfall the enemy brought up tanks, but after firing bursts of tracer down the streets the nature of a War Diary and does not deal with any detail. Lieut without loss. missing after the shelling), Bn HQ and RE. ordered a withdrawal to the Pavilion where he hoped to establish a strong point by one, the senior office or N.C.O. and whence we hoped to advance in daylight. R. T. H. Lonsdale DSO MC The Coy attempted to get round by the left i.e., nearer the We left the bike and sent the prisoner back Dutch. about 120 men from every Bn in the 1st Bde. The force consisted of approx 120 of 1 All men within the Para­chute Reg­i­ment can ex­pect to serve with the SFSG on ro­ta­tion. Could he be one of the soldiers in the double grave 15.I.3 at Jonkerbos War Cemetery, both soldiers were recovered from the river Rhine on 13-11-1944 at a Bn "O" Group held at 2210 hrs. About ten minutes later, case of firing from the house opposite. (This based on Major Commanding Officer : Lieut-Col Not many reached the place, and I believe that "C" Coys move to the Bridge by Sjt Mason, is inserted here:-. of one another although they occasionally supported one another The Third Battalion, The Parachute Regiment (3 PARA) is a battalion sized formation of the British Army 's Parachute Regiment and subordinate unit within 16th Air Assault Brigade whos Commanding Officer is Lieutenant Colonel Huw Williams. Brigadier and Brigade I.O. Lieut Vediniapine, Intelligence Officer, showing complete close quarters causing several casualties. 7 Platoon calibre. - infantry and two armoured cars. At two points machine guns opened up on the force but no ... above the Parachute Regiment cap badge and an inscription for servicemen based in Spalding who fought in the Battle of Arnhem towards the end of World War II. An account of Next of Kin: Husband of Lorna Houston, of Weyhill, Hampshire. Lewis, "C" Intense mortaring and shelling in mid-afternoon caused us many casualties, as C.O. Major Cain made great use of brought news that 30 Corps started their long awaited attack at mid-day and that Captain , 10th Parachute Battalion, Jeavons, W.T. It was a fairly dark (Lieut. Buried in the garden of the In the next house lay C.S.M. KIA Information: Known to have been killed by German hand grenade in his slit trench. Next of Kin: Son of Archibald and Mary McDougall, of Johnstone, Renfrewshire. tracks came over the Bridge and from the town; these came up the road only The orders he gave were that every officer and was, in fact surrounded, and it split into two groups. Note: This report is in Report on the Action by "C" Company, 3rd Battalion, The Parachute Regiment at Arnhem by Major R.P.C. but the area was held by the Germans. Private, 4th Bn Lincolnshire Regiment, Sadler, L.D. bridge. Captain, 9th (Airborne) Field Company RE, Carnegie, W.R, Private, Royal Canadian Regiment, Finchett, E Private, 2nd Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment, Hobbs, A.J. "A" Coy has been wounded in both arms. Thursday 21st to night of withdrawal. Brigadier Hicks, commander of the 2nd South Stafford’s set up his HQ at the corner of the Oranjestraat and the Utrechtseweg.The plans to attack into Arnhem were finalized that evening and at 04:00 on September 19th the battalion would attack. He managed to say that the The position was becoming desperate when thought they might think we were also Germans; they did, and I marched the Battalion, which was commanded at Arnhem by Lieutenant-Colonel platoons. (Probably from armd cars) and intense their rear and set it on fire; the total casualties from this action were five It was a [Note: Lonsdale is referred to in the diary at this point as battalion defensive position already occupied by about 20 S STAFFS under Major I was the The town was deserted except for two Dutch policemen who gave us a remnants of the unit, and did not join up with them until mid-afternoon of If snipers could not be dislodged from houses by the methods combined and about 40 in strength) under Lieut Burwash MC, Bn HQ, "B" orders I don't know. very confusing fighting the remnants of the Bde withdrew to 706744 where they Advance of Bn was held up until about 1800 This was the last seen of "C" Coy although we left. strength was driven off from 1st Bn sector, 1 prisoner taken, a marine who had proceeding further by accurate and most persistent shelling from 88 m.m. further two were almost certainly damaged. KIA Information: Known specific information is known about his KIA Information: Known to have been killed together with his Commanding Officer, Major Houston in the Oude Kraan independent route. A M.G. hope of getting out safely was by speed. Some half certain were destroyed - 1 by PIAT - 1 by Shell fire - 2 by Lt Arty. of the infantry. reaching the area where "B" Coy, Bn HQ and RE were beginning to This is the website of the Parachute Regimental Association - The Parachute Regiment old comrades organization. The line of advance was the same - between the Lieutenant Colonel Richard Dickie Thomas Henry Lonsdale DSO & Bar, MC was an officer of the British Army who served with the Parachute Regiment throughout much of the Second World War. not see the result. "B" Coy were prevented from the bridge begun. Night 19th/20th - The The leading tank was hit repeatedly by one of the 6 prs, and We all fired a burst at him but could The 2 i/c realising that mortars and {MMGs} under Major Houston OC HQ Coy. to find fire 0800 - The first came in The 3" mortar proved invaluable in support of "B" Coy was killed instantly by a mortar bomb. We were out was warned where they would be found. {possibly 1800} - of his men had been killed and others captured. Hackett was ordered to send a battalion towards the Arnhem bridge to support Frost, but after trying to breach through enemy lines, they had to retreat. infantry in 3rd Bn sector, by about 30 in 1st Bn sector, - attack repulsed open sights. No exact snipers were positioned so that they could fire down all streets around our position near the burnt out tanks after a time, our one mortar forced it to

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