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Thread: RCAF Casualties in UK: 18 April 1942

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    Thanks for that and you were not hi-jacking anything, adding to it materially I would say.
    Dennis Burke
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    Dennis,
    All noted, oh wise one. (That is a compliment, not sarcasm.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by dennis_burke View Post
    Canadian newspaper article about Couper

    http://collections.civilisations.ca/warclip/objects/common/webmedia.php?irn=5016403

    I wonder if Wanek was RCAF? RAF Casualty list 70 in June 1941 flight magazines includes a Sgt R Wanek under the Wounded on Active Service List, and there is no Wanek listed under RCAF lists or in the Democracy at war lists. That might only be a problem of the scanning.

    There was a Roy Wanek born in England in 1915, died 1996.
    From Rod Liddiard.
    Roy Wanek is my wife's father. Info above is correct. He was Air Gunner. We have picture of him as Sergeant. Born in Swindon. Are there any details of the accident and type of aircraft?

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