View Full Version : DJ Parker "Flying Fast and Low" (Muller-Rowland brothers)

Don Clark
4th December 2022, 19:34
In this, his second book on brothers in uniform, DJ Parker writes about the lives and war-service of the three Muller-Rowland brothers.

Adding a reference to this 2021 book to an earlier thread about 211 Sqn CO S/Ldr JSR Muller-Rowland DSO DFC inevitably led to making comments on the book's content.

A review, I suppose: it's here

Don Clark
21st January 2023, 20:59
Parker's first book is Missing: The Wartime Account of Two Brothers

Sgt Harry Warman 580275, a Blenheim pilot in 1939–40, was posted missing on 27 May 1940. 107 Squadron Blenheim IV N6192 was lost on a St Omer sortie during the Dunkirk evacuation: Sgts Warman, Paish and LAC Mahoney KIA (Runnymede Memorial). Harry was 23.

Lance Serjeant William Warman 802087 served in the Royal Artillery from 1930. Posted to Singapore in 1939, Lance Sjt Warman of 5 Searchlight Rgt RA fell captive at Singapore in February 1942. Held New Britain and Solomon Islands. Died in captivity 5 March 1943, age 32 (Singapore Memorial).

Their brother George, called up in late 1944 for Army service, was demobbed in April 1945.
David James Parker Missing: The Wartime Account of Two Brothers (Libri Publishing 2019).
An extended extract about Harry's RAF service appeared in Bristol Blenheim: The Journal of the Blenheim Society, Issue 104, Nov 2022.