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    Default The Diary of a World War 2 airman now up & running

    Happy New Year Everyone
    Please take a moment to look at my Blog which is now up and running.
    I would be grateful for any comments & feedback
    http://wingcommanderww2.blogspot.com/
    I will do very best to keep this going
    Best Wishes
    Deborah

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    It's excellent and fascinating reading Deborah, I'll look forward to more! Just check through it though, I think you've cut and pasted some sections twice so the chronological order of events is a bit mixed up.
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    Thank you
    I was getting very tired when I was doing that bit and so I am very grateful for you pointing that out. I am writing the diary up in word then copying & pasting over Hopefully all is well now
    Deborah

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    Easily done Deborah, made the same mistake several times on my own website.
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    Max
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    I had a look at your website which is amazing. I enjoyed the film of the Lancaster and then noticed "Target for Tonight" on youtube. I recently managed to get hold of a copy of this film and believe that my grandfathers voice appears in it when he takes off and his name is on the blackboard. This was very emotional for my mother who was only 2 when he died.
    Deborah
    PS Off to read some more of your website now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deborah View Post
    I had a look at your website which is amazing. I enjoyed the film of the Lancaster and then noticed "Target for Tonight" on youtube. I recently managed to get hold of a copy of this film and believe that my grandfathers voice appears in it when he takes off and his name is on the blackboard. This was very emotional for my mother who was only 2 when he died.
    Deborah
    PS Off to read some more of your website now!

    Thank you Deborah, lots more work on the website to do yet: work in progress as they say!
    Regards
    Max
    PS My father flew Battles in Rhodesia, he said they were awful planes!
    Max Williams
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