Arthur Maybury, Cpl.
Personal information
Age 30
Nationality British
Date / place of birth Unknown
Genealogy Son of Arthur and Edith Maybury, Wanstead, London, U.K.
Military information
Army Number 5345308
Rank Cpl.
Function Unknown
Platoon / Troop / Flight Unknown
Company / Squadron Unknown
Unit / Group 89th Parachute Security Section
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Division / Transport / Command 1st Airborne Division
Regiment Intelligence Corps
Death information
Died when 17-9-1944
Died where Arnhem
Spot Near Pontoon bridge
Map reference Unknown
Burial location
Oosterbeek, War Cemetery, Netherlands
Grave number 25-A-4
Graves overview
Miscellaneous information
Personal notes

Cpl. Maybury was severely wounded near the bridge. He was in the 89th Field Security Section and in a party led by Capt. John Killick that accompanied 2nd Parachute Battalion into Arnhem on 17 September. In the Pontoon Bridge area he was wounded and was taken into the Huishoudschool on the Rijnkade. There he was treated by the Dutch Doctor Jan Zwolle. This Docter, in searching his patient, discovered a \\'Black List\\' of members of the Dutch Nazi Party (N.S.B.) living in the Arnhem area. These N.S.B. members were to be arrested and interrogated by the 89th F.S.S. as part of their task. Dispite the treatment Cpl. Maybury succumbed to his wounds later that day. Docter Zwolle was later picked up by the Germans whilst gathering food. The \\'Black List\\' was discovered in his posession. This resulted in the brutal murder of Docter Zwolle and 4 other civillians later in Bakkerstraat. They were shot by the Germans and left there to die, some of them still alive for hours. The sound of their suffering was heard by other civillians but no one was allowed to go in the \\'van Gend en Loos\\' storage facillity to help them.

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Arthur Maybury, Cpl.
Personal information
Age 30
Nationality British
Date / place of birth Unknown
Genealogy Son of Arthur and Edith Maybury, Wanstead, London, U.K.
Military information
Army Number 5345308
Rank Cpl.
Function Unknown
Platoon / Troop / Flight Unknown
Company / Squadron Unknown
Unit / Group 89th Parachute Security Section
Unit image
Division / Transport / Command 1st Airborne Division
Regiment Intelligence Corps
Death information
Died when 17-9-1944
Died where Arnhem
Spot Near Pontoon bridge
Map reference Unknown
Burial location
Oosterbeek, War Cemetery, Netherlands
Grave number 25-A-4
Graves overview
Miscellaneous information
Personal notes

Cpl. Maybury was severely wounded near the bridge. He was in the 89th Field Security Section and in a party led by Capt. John Killick that accompanied 2nd Parachute Battalion into Arnhem on 17 September. In the Pontoon Bridge area he was wounded and was taken into the Huishoudschool on the Rijnkade. There he was treated by the Dutch Doctor Jan Zwolle. This Docter, in searching his patient, discovered a \\'Black List\\' of members of the Dutch Nazi Party (N.S.B.) living in the Arnhem area. These N.S.B. members were to be arrested and interrogated by the 89th F.S.S. as part of their task. Dispite the treatment Cpl. Maybury succumbed to his wounds later that day. Docter Zwolle was later picked up by the Germans whilst gathering food. The \\'Black List\\' was discovered in his posession. This resulted in the brutal murder of Docter Zwolle and 4 other civillians later in Bakkerstraat. They were shot by the Germans and left there to die, some of them still alive for hours. The sound of their suffering was heard by other civillians but no one was allowed to go in the \\'van Gend en Loos\\' storage facillity to help them.

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