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How Lucky I Was: 35 Missions in a Lancaster Bomber
How Lucky I Was: 35 Missions in a Lancaster Bomber
Rex Kimlin , Les Chambers , Rosemary Hogan
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At the outbreak of World War II in September 1939, Rex Kimlin was a 16 year old school kid living a quiet life in suburban Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. By August 1944 he was a wireless operator air gunner in a Lancaster bomber over western Europe. This is the story of his enlistment and... Read More

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