The all in one consolidated RIP thread Page 32

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Briosaid

  • Monday 2nd December 2019, 10:31pm [Edited]
  • Scotland
  • 1,141 posts

Mr. B was reading about his life and his early days had a terrible sadness. Apparently his father was a POW in Japan. After he was liberated he was flying home when the plane crashed. Clive James was only 6 and when his mother got the News, she collapsed (ill, not dead) in front of him. Terrible experience for a 6-year-old

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john tregorran

  • Wednesday 4th December 2019, 8:59pm
  • mornington,victoria, Australia
  • 507 posts

RIP
Bob Willis.

Botham got the plaudits for Headingley but it was Bob's wickets what did it.

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Rood Eye

  • Monday 9th December 2019, 9:37am
  • England
  • 3,248 posts

"Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few."

I'm sure most BCG readers will be familiar with the above words but it may be that not all readers are aware that a few of those few are still with us almost 80 years on.

Until recently, there were four Battle of Britain pilots remaining amongst us.

Sadly, however, Flight Lieutenant Maurice Mounsdon died last Friday at the age of 101.

RIP.