Private Alfred Campin, photographed practicing with a fixed bayonet by war photographer Lieutenant A. J. Tanner in March 1944.
Private Alfred Campin, was killed on Friday, June 16, 1944 during the Battle of Normandy. He was 24 years old, and was a resident of Northampton in the United Kingdom. He was a member of the 6th Battalion, Durham Light Infantry (50th Northumbrian Infantry Division). Alfred was the son of Arthur and Amy Campin. He's buried at the Bayeaux War Cemetery in Normandy. The epitaph on Alfred Campin's gravestone reads, "At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember him." ..
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