Rededication ceremony for Leading Telegraphist Victor Crosby DSM

25 October 2017 , 3pm

A rededication ceremony will be held for Leading Telegraphist Victor Crosby DSM, Royal Navy, at 3pm at the CWGC’s Cassino War Cemetery, Italy.

Cassino War Cemetery

Leading Telegraphist Crosby survived his submarine, The Saracen, being sunk and was held as a prisoner of war in Germany from where he escaped. He made it south to Italy and was sheltered by a local Italian family but given away by a collaborator, arrested and shot by the German Army.

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