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    Default BoB narratives on the web

    Perhaps some of you already know these sites, but they are new to me.

    http://www.pnc.com.au/~insight/heavens/heavens-dedication.html

    http://www.pnc.com.au/~insight/john_greenwood/story-01.html

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    Dear Bruce,

    On behalf of myself and others who do not know what a BoB narrative is, could you please translate? Many thanks.

    Hans

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    hello Hans,

    I live on the continent too, and in our small world of aviation "buffs", BoB stands for Battle of Britain. So, without having visited the sites mentioned, I presume they are devoted to pilots/aircrews who flew and fought during that battle.

    Cheers

    Joss

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    You are quite right, Hans, I could have been more clear. A narrative is…

    “a story or account of events, experiences, or the like”

    …and BoB is shorthand for the Battle of Britain, as Joss has said. I hope you find the links as interesting as I did.

    Bruce

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    Many thanks, chaps. As that great Englishman might have said: "Elementary my dear
    Watson."

    Hans

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