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Johns Robert Henry




The Mercury 3 Sep 1943 


SGT ROBERT HENRY JOHNS of Hobart, who with five other members of the RAAF was killed in a training accident in Victoria. Sgt Johns, who was 19, was the second son of Mr and Mrs H. C. Johns.

 He was educated at Princes St. Commercial High, and Hobart Technical schools, and then joined the Dept. of Civil Aviation at Western Junction. His father served with the 5th Field Co., Engineers, A IF, in the First World War and completed 27 years of military service with thc Royal Australian Engineers and the 40th Battalion.




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