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World War 2 Royal Warwickshire 2nd Lieutenant's grave identified after almost 77 years

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World War 2 Royal Warwickshire 2nd Lieutenant's grave identified after almost 77 years

 

The World War 2 resting place of an officer of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment has finally been identified and marked after almost 77 years.

 

The grave of 2nd Lieutenant Lawrence Paul Strawson was rededicated at a moving ceremony today at Calonne Communal Cemetery, Belgium. The service was arranged by the MOD’s Joint Casualty & Compassionate Centre (JCCC) and led by the Reverend Justin Bradbury, Regimental Chaplain, The Queen’s Royal Hussars.

 

READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/world-war-2-royal-warwickshire-2nd-lieutenants-grave-identified-after-almost-77-years--2


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