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Léger, Paul-Alain

Nationality:
French (1870-present, Republic)

Biography

Was also known with the name Alain d'Azermont.
Took his training in Stage 111A at Ringway from 9th until 18th April 1944. After regrouping in Great Britain, he took part in operations 'Auchinleck' from February until June 1944 with 3rd R.C.P Command Squadron / 3rd Bataillon SAS, 'France' with 3rd SAS, 'Dickens' from 15th July until 7th October 1944 with recce Stick II and 'Amherst' from 4th until 20th April 1945 with 14/3rd Squadron, 3rd SAS.

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Period:
Second World War (1939-1945)
Rank:
Onderluitenant (Sous-Luitenant)
Unit:
14/3rd Squadron, 3rd SAS Regiment, Special Air Service (SAS), Army Air Corps, British Army
Awarded on:
September 7th, 1946
Awarded for:
Operation Amherst
Royal Decree no. 51 dated 7th September 1946.
Bronzen Kruis (BK)

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