Glider No 3
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Glider No 3

BHC 01917

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Glider No.3 which broke its back on landing. Twenty-nine year-old Lance Corporal Fred Greenhalgh`s body was found in the marsh. Also a member of the Oxford & Bucks Light Infantry, he was likely to have been the first British soldier to die on D-Day and is buried in La Delivrande CWGC Cemetery at Douvres.

2779 x 1812 px (23 x 15 cm) @ 300 DPI

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