Major John Howard
This person had a two year old son and baby daughter who lived in Oxford while he led the riding company of gliders in the Allied invasion of France.
Staff Sergeant Jim Wallwork
This person was a pilot in the Glider Pilot Regiment and flew by stop watch because he could not see the river, canal, or bridges.
Colonel Hans A. von Luck
This person was commander of the 125h Panzer Grenadia Regiment and also fought in Poland, Dunkirk, and Moscow. The person was part of the North African campaigns in 1942-1943.
Private Wally Parr
This person was in the lead glider on June 6 and opened a window cleaning business following the war.
Brigadier Nigel Poett
This person commanded the 5th Para Brigade of the 6th Airborne Division and joined the D Company at the bridges.
Lieutenant H.J. Ted
This person was a platoon...
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