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Leading Aircraftman Peter BURKE (1012789) of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
Death of Death 1944-07-07 .
Served in 265 Sqdn
Burial/Commemoration Details : 2. F. 5. at Diego Suarez War Cemetery, Madagascar
More Details: SON OF PETER AND SUSAN BURKE, OF MOTHERWELL, STRATHCLYDE, SCOTLAND.
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