At the end of his life a Royal Marine is
said to 'pass over the bar' He only dies when he is 'forgotten'
NOTES: The names of Royal Marines
Commandos, that died up to VJ Day 1945, are shown in an individual Roll of
Honour dedicated to each Commando Unit.
Those Royal Marines that have been lost due
to accidents, illness etc are covered in a separate section called “They also
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