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Old 14-08-21, 20:45
rfalkingham rfalkingham is offline
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Default Unit: No. 69 General Transport Company, R.C.A.S.C.

Good day all. New mbr here, and appreciative of all the fantastic information available.
A buddy of mine who’s father passed away having never spoken about his travels or experience during the war, and the family is interested in learning some more about their dad.
If anyone has any info, detail, pics or even a “look here dummie…” would be greatly appreciated.

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