Pictures courtesy of Conrad Freeling
|Brabant-le-Roi is a village and
commune about 17 kilometres north-west of Bar-le-Duc on the main road
(N.394) from that town to Reims (Marne). The churchyard is on the Laimont-Brabant
road (D.15 bis) at its junction with the N.394 road between Revigny and
Brabant-le-Roi. Near the south-western corner of the church are the graves
of three airmen of the Royal Australian Air Force.
Number of Identified Casualties: 3
BEHARRIE, DAVID, Flying Officer ( Pilot ), 418334 Royal Australian Air Force. 19/07/1944, aged 27. Grave 3.
ROGERS, FRANK RAYMOND, Flight Sergeant ( Air Gnr. ), 430298 Royal Australian Air Force. 19/07/1944, aged 28. Grave 1.
SCHOTT, KEITH JACOB,Flight Sergeant ( W.Op./Air Gnr. ), 419594 Royal Australian Air Force. 19/07/1944, aged 20. Grave 2.
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