Enfidaville CWGC Cemetery

Discussion in 'War Grave Photographs' started by airborne medic, Sep 1, 2008.

  1. airborne medic

    airborne medic Very Senior Member

    Here is a picture of Khalid the guy who obviously puts a lot of care into the upkeep of this immaculate cemetery in Tunisia.....
     

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  2. airborne medic

    airborne medic Very Senior Member

    If Andy the Bald Eagle sees this I have a load of photos for you!!!!!
    Please confirm your postal address as I'll put them on a CD.....
     
  3. airborne medic

    airborne medic Very Senior Member

    BTW on the first photo the first row of headstones is apparently a glider load of South Staffs, RAMC and GPR who were all killed in a training exercise for Sicily when the glider crashed......one of my friends father's was on this until just before take-off when a CSM told him he'd take his seat.......
     
  4. AndyBaldEagle

    AndyBaldEagle Very Senior Member

    ABM
    I am about to PM you!!

    Andy
     
  5. AndyBaldEagle

    AndyBaldEagle Very Senior Member

    ANOTHER BIG THANK YOU!

    To ABM for the CD of piccies from Enfidaville Cemetery, Tunisia! Just arrived this morning, wife said I was like a kid in a toy shop!

    Regards

    Andy
     
  6. airborne medic

    airborne medic Very Senior Member

    Andy,
    I hope they came out ok.....believe it or not my first use of a digital camera!!!!!!
     
  7. AndyBaldEagle

    AndyBaldEagle Very Senior Member

    I can't beleive that! and it would appear you found three I havent got! or didnt list

    Thanks once again

    Andy
     
  8. airborne medic

    airborne medic Very Senior Member

    Missing from your list were at least two RAMC personnel......amongst all the South Staffs.....looking in By Land Sea and Air, it seems to have been a training flight accident and they were a 'Company HQ' which explains the two medics........
     
  9. AndyBaldEagle

    AndyBaldEagle Very Senior Member

    Thanks for that, another book I will have to read, it is sitting on on one of my bookshelves as I type!

    Andy
     

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