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Glossary of WW2 terms and abbreviations
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A 97-year-old WW2 vet used only his harmonica to perform the national anthem. It was perfect. - For The Win
vet used only his harmonica to perform the national anthem. It was perfect.
For The Win
December 7th, 2016 marked the 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbour. A somber moment, but one Wednesday night's game between Seton Hall and Cal honored simply, hauntingly, and beautifully. All the 97-year-old
veteran needed for the occasion was ...
WW2 pilot died after two attacks on Yeovil District Hospital ward - BBC - BBC News
WW2 pilot died after two attacks on Yeovil District Hospital ward - BBC
A World War Two veteran died after twice being attacked by another patient on a hospital ward, an inquest heard. Former Spitfire pilot Kenneth Tyrer, 90, was ...
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Former bomb aimer whose plane was shot down during WW2, dies aged 95 - Bournemouth Echo
Former bomb aimer whose plane was shot down during
, dies aged 95
Born in Bournemouth in 1921, Flying Officer Ronald Last was posted to the Royal Australian Air Force Squadron 466 from its beginnings in October 1942. Based in Leconfield and Driffield in Yorkshire, he did 27 operations in a Halifax III aircraft and
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