Captain John Charles Linn - World War 2 army soldier - Remembered with honour

John Linn is remembered in Bill's war memoir. He was killed on Gold beach on D-Day shortly after the troops had landed as part of the first wave of attack.

Capt J C Linn as a fine looking young lad - WW2 book and memoir

John as a young lad

Capt J C Linn sketch - WW2 diary, war story and book
Grave of Captain J C Linn, Bayeux 1994, WW2 soldier, War diary book story

A fine sketch of John as a soldier and officer

John's grave at Bayeux in 1994 on the 50th anniversary of D-Day

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Green Howards officers WW2 diary and war story book

The Green Howards officers - Certainly 6th battalion, maybe 7th aswell because along with the 5th East Yorks, these three made up 69th Brigade and all landed as part of the spearhead on D-Day. John Linn is middle row 3rd from right. Anyone recognise any other officers?

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