You are reading the record of honored service member Richardson Elizabeth, coming from the state Indiana in the United States of America (according to my records his last home and/or enlistment state).
She served as Civilian with military service number # in this unit - Aircrew Recruiting .
Se gave his life for our freedom on Wednesday 07 July 1945. She is buried or memorialized on the American Cemetery and Memorial in Colleville-sur-Mer, Normandy, France.
An Artist and athlete Richardson Elizabeth volunteerd for the American Red Cross in 1944 and spent the next year supporting American troops in Europe. Se gave his life for our freedom on Wednesday 07 July 1945, only a few month after Germany was defeated. While flying to the Red Cross HQ in Paris, her plane crashed in the fog near Rouen.
Richardson is one of the four civilians buried at the Normandy American Cemetery
Read this nice story:
An American Woman in World War II England and France:M "Wearing Lipstick to War" here: http://www.archives.gov/publications/prologue/2007/fall/lipstick.html
The location of his grave: Plot A, Row 21, Grave 5
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