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Stanley Dreschfeld

Born:
16 Av 5658 (04 August 1898)
Died:
25 Av 5717 (22 August 1957)

Basic Information

Unique reference:
DRE3630
Other first name:
Ethelbert
Gender:
Male

Birth

Date of birth:
16 Av 5658 (04 August 1898)
Place of birth:
Manchester

Death

Date of death:
25 Av 5717 (22 August 1957)
Died in combat?:
No
Place of death:
Fulham, London

Places

Schools

Name:
Sherbourne School
Year started:
1911
Year left:
1916
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Stanley was a Cadet Officer in the Officer Training Corps at Sherborne School in Somerset which allowed him direct entry into the RFC.


Researched for 'We Were There Too' by Dr Ronnie Fraser

Family

Siblings

Anita Dreschfeld (female)

Parents

Father: Julius Dreschfeld (male)
Mother: Selina Gaspari (female)

Military Record

Military service:
RFC, RAF
Date enlisted/conscripted:
08 June 1916
Rank at discharge/death:
2nd Lieutenant
Sustained injuries:
Sustained serious injuries in plane crash 25 July 1919
Invalided out of service:
19 March 1920
Assignments
Regiment:
Royal Flying Corps
Battalion/unit:
49 Squadron
Campaigns:
Served in France with the RFC as an Observer
Medals:
Awarded the Air Force Cross in June 1919

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