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Lt W B C Danks
August 24, 2017

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Lt W B C Danks

August 24, 2017

David, unless I am hugely mistaken I very much doubt any members on this site will be able to help you much. Anyone who might have served with your grandfather's brother would be aged between 80 -85 at least. Have you tried any of the official war record sites etc? It will likely cost you a subscription to make enquiries but you will find definitive records on him there. Good luck.

August 24, 2017

Joined: April 23, 2014
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Lt W B C Danks

August 24, 2017

Good to see a new Member making use of the Forum (joined today!) As WW2 ended 72 years ago sadly we are looking for chaps who are mid 90s I imagine. I pointed David to www.Gov.uk and then put service record in search box. Cost is £30 other than for close family ie Father/Son. Freddy

August 30, 2017

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Lt W B C Danks

August 30, 2017

I - i didn't know if your group had any records, photos from that period.   Many thanks fo rthe advice -- i will try that route.    


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