Lieutenant Douglas Michael Hugh Bailie

Service Number 219058


World War 2



Aged 21
He was killed in action at Anzio in Italy on 30th January 1944 aged 21. He had been born in Abingdon, Berks. and was the son of Major Charles William Hugh and Nancye Laura Bailie of Manderson, Duns and is buried in Anzio War Cemetery, Anzio, Italy, IV, X, 3. He had been educated at Eton College and was commissioned in November 1941. His Headstone is inscribed ” He Shall Give His Angels Charge Over Thee “.


Country Location Name of Memorial Campaign Names Date(s)
England Eton College In the Cloisters Eton SL6 6DB England Eton College War Memorial World War 1
World War 2
Douglas Bailie 30-1-1944 View

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