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Malcolm Rudolph Rose

In memory of:

Lieutenant Malcolm Rudolph Rose

August 6, 1944

Military Service


Service Number:

CDN/502

Age:

26

Force:

Army

Unit:

King's Own Scottish Borderers

Division:

1st

Additional Information


Malcolm Rose was a member of the Royal Canadian Infantry Corps, he died while serving with the King's Own Scottish Borderers as a CANLOAN Officer. Son of George Edward and Margaret Mae Rose, of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Commemorated on Page 432 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance. Request a copy of this page. Download high resolution copy of this page.

Burial Information


Cemetery:

BAYEUX WAR CEMETERY
Calvados, France

Grave Reference:

XVI. B. 24.

Location:

The town of Bayeux, in Normandy, lies 24 kilometres north-west of Caen. Bayeux War Cemetery is situated in the south-western outskirts of the town, on the by-pass Rue de Sir Fabian Ware. Bayeux is an ancient and historic town of Normandy. Its cathedral was the seat of Bishop Odon, half-brother of William the Conqueror, who took part in the invasion of England; and in it is the tomb of an English soldier of the Hundred Years' War. Bayeux was the first French town of importance to be liberated from the Germans in June 1944. On the opposite side of the road stands the Bayeux Memorial to 1,803 men of the land forces who died in the fighting in Normandy and in the advance to the River Seine, and have no known grave.

Information courtesy of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

Digital Collection

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  • Photo of MALCOLM RUDOLPH ROSE– can't think of any caption, I never knew him...I was born in 1947..
  • Grave Marker– Grave marker - Bayeux War Cemetery … photo courtesy of Marg Liessens

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