August 28 – Bangor Commando doctor killed on Dieppe raid. Roll of Honour

Samuel Corry, a doctor with a Commando, was recognised for his service in raids on Norway. He died in the Dieppe operation in August 1942. William Kilpatrick from Portrush died in Gallipoli with Connaught Rangers in 1915. John Quinn from Gilford landed Anzacs at Sulva Bay. He died still serving in the RN on HMS Hecla in WW2. 28 years’ service. Four RAF aircrew from Dungannon, Bangor and Belfast are remembered today also. Photos today recall the contribution of Australian troops in WW1. Over 10,700 are listed on the National memorial in France who have no known grave.

CLICK HERE – REMNI AUGUST 28

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