Lieutenant Edward Durst

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 22 Côtes-d'Armor   City  : Beaussais-sur-Mer  anciennement sur Ploubalay
Coordinates : 48°34'49"N 2°8'42"W.  48.58026 -2.14505.  48°34.815 N 2°8.703 W

A grassy space with a bent airplane helice commemorating Lieutenant Edward Durst and Charles Dysko.
Take the N175 west to the D2. Take the latter north and then turn west to the D768. At the intersection, also known as Square Edward Durst, turn right. The monument is across from the intersection's island.
In memory of Lieutenant Edward Durst of the US Air Force, fallen July 24th 1944
and Private Charles Dysko of the 802nd Tank Destroyer Battalion, KIA August 7th, 1944

They died for our liberty

August 6th, 1994
Fifty year anniversary of Ploubalay's liberation

External link :
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Notified by : Prangère Julien.
Photos : Prangère Julien.  Alain Valez.
Date observation : 20/05/2007
Record added 14/06/2007 
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Memorial Lieutenant Edward Durst Beaussais-sur-Mer Côtes-d'Armor (22)
Alain Valez

Memorial Lieutenant Edward Durst Beaussais-sur-Mer Côtes-d'Armor (22)
Alain Valez

Memorial Lieutenant Edward Durst Beaussais-sur-Mer Côtes-d'Armor (22)
Alain Valez

Memorial Lieutenant Edward Durst Beaussais-sur-Mer Côtes-d'Armor (22)
Prangère Julien 20/05/2007

Memorial Lieutenant Edward Durst Beaussais-sur-Mer Côtes-d'Armor (22)
Prangère Julien 20/05/2007

Memorial Lieutenant Edward Durst Beaussais-sur-Mer Côtes-d'Armor (22)
Alain Valez