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There are currently 19 names in this directory beginning with the letter O.
O' Hara, Hugh
11th Armoured Brigade Bulldozer driver at Belsen More
Submitted by: Archive

O'Brien, Hugh Felix Lt. (71 LAA)
71 LAA. 210 Battery
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

O'Brien, Walter (113 LAA)
55 Searchlight Regt RA: 113th LAA Enlistment Date: 00/01/1900
Submitted by: 113th DLI Archive/Belsen Archive

O'Neill, Edwin (113 LAA)
55 Searchlight Regt RA: 113th LAA Enlistment Date: 16/09/1940
Submitted by: 113th DLI Archive/Belsen Archive

O'Reagain, S.P.C., Capt. RAMC
224th Parachute Field Ambulance, RAMC More
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

O'Shaughnessy, Daniel (MP)
Military Policeman. Seen on cine and still film with Hungarian guard at Belsen camp. Dated April 16th.
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

O’Connell, Ronald Daniel
Please email us and tell us more John (ED)
Submitted by: John O\'Connell

Oakes, Harry Sgt. (AFPU)
No 5 Army Film and Photographic Unit More
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Ogilvie/Bower Iris

Oglethorpe Helen Miss

Oliphant, James Willis (11th Armoured Div)
James Willis Oliphant served with the Fife and Forfar Yeomanry all through the war, latterly with the 2nd Fifes as part of 11th Armoured Division, the Black Bull which liberated Belsen
Submitted by: Brian Cunniffe

Oliver, John Baman (113 LAA)
55 Searchlight Regt RA: 113th LAA (2/5 Durham Lt Infantry) Enlistment Date: 26/04/1939
Submitted by: 113th DLI Archive/Belsen Archive

ones, George Hamley (113 LAA)
55 Searchlight Regt RA: 113th LAA (TA) Enlistment Date: 18/04/1940
Submitted by: 113th DLI Archive/Belsen Archive

Oram, A.R. Col.
9 Br General Hospital. Arrived 'a few days later (from liberation) with 600 beds
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Osborn, Lewis Clive (Capt.) (113 LAA)
113th LAA 370 battery
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Osborn, Mike (Colonel)
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Osoki, DavidSubmitted by: Belsen Archive

Owen, George
RASC Driver - 11th Armoured Division. Killed in action near Luneberg on 15 April 1945 and laid to rest in Becklingen War Cemetery.
Submitted by: Graham Brown

Owen, W (113th LAA)
Gunner. Pownall-place, fulham Ref: Daily Mirror, June 8th 1951
Submitted by: Belsen Archive


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