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Pete
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I am often asked about where The Fallen commandos are buried, or remembered, in a particular country, or part of a country. As a result I have now added a new section that covers every country, and includes the respective cemeteries or memorials within them, where we know a Commando is buried.

This includes the Fallen in WW2 and all those who have died in service since then up to the present day. If we are unaware of the location of a grave which sometimes happens for those who died in service post WW2, then if their name is on the Armed Forces Memorial, that will be shown in its place. As always if you have any relevant information on an individual please just let us know, and remember to include your source for that.

The section link is in the navigation panel on the Home page, but here it is to save you looking:

http://www.commandoveterans.org/graves_memorials

Pete Rogers, son of LSgt Joe Rogers MM & nephew of TSM Ken McAllister. Both No2 Cdo. God and the Soldier, all men adore, In time of danger and not before. When the danger is passed and all things righted, God is forgotten, and the Soldier slighted.

**** nb. I no longer monitor private messages (pm). Use email, forum, or use the contact form, selecting the category website gallery questions, on the main home page.
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