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Lord Peter Redgrave

 

Was 2nd Pilot with Halifax LW372 which took off from RAAF at Driffield on the 6th October 1944 on a day mission to bomb Sterkrade Germany.  Sixteen aircraft from the squadron took part in the raid and of these LW372 failed to return.  The ORB records that the aircraft was seen to be shot down and only 2 chutes were seen by others on the mission.

The Mercury

LORD-On October 6, 1944, as result of operations over enemy territory. P-Officer Peter Redgrave Lord (RAAF), only son of W. C. and D Lord, Nowton, Devonport.

 

 

 

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