John Durnford-Slater

John Frederick Durnford-Slater, DSO & Bar (1909 – 5 February 1972), the British Army officer who was credited with raising the first Army commando unit during the Second World War

person, serviceman

Legal name, Full name
"John Frederick Durnford-Slater"
Born
1909
Died
1972, February 1972, February 5th 1972
Wikipedia Page
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Durnford-Slater
Involved in
World War II
Commander in
Operation Archery, Operation Ambassador
Won
medal bar
Gender
male
Last Name
"Durnford-Slater"
First Name
"John"
Organisations
British Army
Age at Death
between 62 years and 2 months and 63 years and 1 month old
Class
person, serviceman
Did
die (February 5th 1972)
Died During
1970s
DBPedia URI
http://dbpedia.org/resource/John_Durnford-Slater
Rare Terms
"john durnfordslater"
Middle-name
"Frederick"