A memorial to the 288 men of The South Lancashire Regiment died who liberating the town of Hermanville-sur-Mer on the 6th June 1944 and North West Europe.
THE SOUTH LANCASHIRE REGIMENT
(PRINCE OF WALES'S VOLUNTEERS
THE TOWN OF HERMANVILLE SUR MER
WAS LIBERATED ON THE MORNING OF 6TH
JUNE 1944 BY 1ST BATTATION THE
SOUTH LANCASHIRE REGIMENT
(PRINCE OF WALES VOLUNTEERS).
THIS MEMORIAL IS DEDICATED TO THE
MEMORY OF 288 OFFICERS AND MEN OF THIS
BATTALION WHO SACRIFICES THEIR LIVES ON
D-DAY AND IN THE SUBSEQUENT
CAMPAIGN TO FREE NORTH WEST EUROPE.
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