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British and South Africa officers at Diego-Suárez, Madagascar, mid-May 1942

Caption   British and South Africa officers at Diego-Suárez, Madagascar, mid-May 1942 ww2dbase
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Madagascar Campaign   Main article  Photos  
Photos at Same Place Diego-Suárez, Madagascar
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 8 Sep 2006



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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. Henderson says:
8 Aug 2008 12:35:09 PM

Does anyone know the names of these officers? I am trying to research my grandfather's role in madagasgar - he was an officer - one of men does look like him.
2. philip engelen says:
1 Jan 2014 01:44:02 PM

I step father Charles Gregorey who sadly is no longer with us was a corporal and served with the royal marines during this campaign ,i should like to find out more about his role in this campaign.

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