In memory of our late dear family and friends who served in the Second World War


'In war: Resolution,

In Defeat: Defiance,

In Victory: Magnanimity,

In Peace: Goodwill'.

                                     Winston S. Churchill


The Fallen Heroes of Normandy archive is dedicated and published in honour of all those who

fought, and fell, on land, sea or air across Normandy between 1939 and 1945.



While the memory remains fresh of the fallen who now rest

in the many cemeteries and churchyards in Normandy, France,

and across many cemeteries in their homelands;

there is always hope that another generation of mothers, fathers, sons and daughters

need never again experience the indiscriminate killing, and waste, of total war.




Lance Bombardier

Charles Booth


East Yorkshire Regiment.

115th Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment,

Royal Artillery.

Duke of Wellington's Regiment.

1940 - 1946

Wounded in Italy 1944.





Donald Hepworth

West Yorkshire Regiment.

7th Battalion, Royal Norfolk Regiment.

Corps of Military Police.

1929 - 1946

Wounded in France 1940

Prisoner-of-War 1940-1941.





Lance Corporal

Bernard M. Shilleto

West Yorkshire Regiment.

Royal Northumberland Fusiliers.

7/9th Battalion, Royal Scots.

52nd (Lowland) Reconnaissance Regiment.

1934 - 1946

Wounded in France 1940 & Germany 1945.

Awarded Commander-in-Chief's Certificate for Gallantry.





Lance Corporal

Mieczyslaw Pawel Zientek

1st Polish Independent Parachute Brigade.

1944 - 1948

Prisoner-of-War 1944.










Charles Whiting

52nd (Lowland) Reconnaissance Regiment.

1944 - 1948.









'By remembering the fallen,

we honour those who survived.'


Carl Shilleto & Irena Zientek