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Albert A. Charron


Charron, Albert A., Detroit, Michigan. Military Service: Trooper, 1st Hussars, B Squadron, 6th Canadian Armoured Regiment. Reg. No. A/57462. Murdered after capture on 11 June 1944 near Le Mesnil-Patry by SS troopers commanded by trooper Mischke, 7th Company, 2nd Panzer Grenadier Battalion, commanded by Major Bernhard Siebken. The 2nd Bn. was part of the 26th Panzer Regiment, commanded by SS Lieutenant Colonel Wilhelm Mohnke, which was in turn part of the 12th SS Panzer Division, “Hitler Youth”. See PRU, File 05-09065 and Conduct Unbecoming, 112-113.
Additional Biographical Information:

Albert Charron was a son of William and Anna Charron of Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A.

Date of Death: 11 June 1944. For casualty details, see Canadian War Graves Commission. Buried at Ryes War Cemetery, Bazenville, Calvados, France. Grave Reference: II.D.2.

Ryes War Cemetery, Bazenville, Calvados, France


Ryes War Cemetery