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Reply Richardlob
8:33 AM on September 29, 2017 
Reply elena-savinova.ru
3:42 AM on June 18, 2017 
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Reply Alex
9:22 AM on February 20, 2016 
Can anyone help me? I am investigating the death of three 53rd Recconaisance regiment who apparently died on August 29th or 30th 1944 in the Forest of Lyons which surrounds Lyons La ForÍt, in upper Normandy, France. I am trying to find the exact location in which they died and the cause so that a request can be submitted for some form of memorial to be erected.

If anyone knows any information surround the death or knows any family members of the following soldiers can they please contact me.

The names are:

corporal Walter Ware 4077788,
Trooper Arthur Dick 14566053
Trooper Aubrey Drew 5777408

I have information concerning an event that took place in the forest and I want to see if there is a link.
Reply Brin davies
3:44 PM on January 4, 2016 
Good day my farther was SSM Dai Davies of C squadron. He used to attend the annual re-union in Birmingham right up to end. I have some old photos somewhere if any on is interested.
10:09 AM on July 29, 2015 
Hello, i have got a fordson wot 8, truck, i want it to represent my grandfathers unit, 555 field company, Royal Eengineers, could you please confirm for me,
the div and unit markings on the vehicle for me,
the div sign is the red crown on what background?
the unit is a white 51 on a light blue back ground,
thank you for you time and effort.
Rob Davies,
Reply peter keeling
6:32 PM on July 25, 2015 
I am looking for informaiton on my father Ferderick Keeling who we believe was a bombadier in the 53rd and saw active service from june 1944 onwards . We believe he manned one of the 54 pounders .

He was also a musician and played to entertain troops in Hamburg
we do not have his service number sorry
Reply ian booth
4:07 AM on September 1, 2014 
I am looking for information about my dad who was a dispatch rider for the 53rd recon division his name is Bernard Booth he was a lance corporal.
I cant find any information on him. his Release papers in 1946 says he was in Yorkshire Hussars? yet can find no link from 53rd. He spent time in Maidstone kent where he met and married my mum. sadly they both passed away before I asked these questions. Any info welcome.
Reply Harry Verhees
11:38 AM on August 18, 2014 
In october of this year we celebrate the 70th anniversary of the dutch town of s-Hertogenbosch by the 53e Wesh Division. In our street a soldier named Brenners Lee was killed. We like to know where he was buried so we can visite his grave and give him our thoughts of gratefulness he deserves so. Can you please help us. Thanks
Reply John Jones
10:10 AM on July 30, 2014 
I have been searching the net for any information regarding the 53rd Welsh division playing football matches in Germany.I have a friend who has some original programmes left by his father and has asked me to see what i can find.out about them. I have not had any luck so far. The "programmes" are basic one sheet folded with the line-ups inside, on very thin blotting type paper.Some internationals representing sides too.He has 3 of these, against Schalke 04, Fortuna Dusseldorf and combined teams of Dusseldorf.Only 1 shows the year, 25th November 1945.
Any info or links to apprpiates sites, would be most appreciated. I have taken several photographs of each and have them if needed.

many thanks,John.
Reply Patrice Karcher
2:36 AM on April 22, 2014 
The new municipality of Brouay, where is a military cimetary with soldiers of 53rd division, try to create tardily a event , for the D.Day 70th anniversary. We want contact veterans or soldiers from this unit to receive them in June. Please contact us at: Mairie de Brouay, rue d'Audrieu, 14250 Brouay France