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By Steven J. Zaloga

This publication investigates the layout, deployment and improvement of the armoured automobiles that observed provider within the Pacific theatre of worldwide struggle 2. The process the warfare is traced, and the automobiles’ functionality summarised. cars are proven in complete color art.

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The Headmaster reported that the boy’s progress was steady and satisfactory – ‘except when he goes into a kind of a trance and we only know he is still with us then because he appears to be breathing and, strangely enough, thinking deeply’. Alec loved the school, the playing fields and sports. In particular he enjoyed the visits to the swimming baths in Merton Street – the first cup he ever won was for swimming. The trifling worries and fears of Alec as a small boy used to upset his mother. She told his father about this and he replied: ‘Don’t worry.

Half an hour later Cranswick returned to the office. Somehow he had found out what the target was to be and knew, therefore, that the night’s mission would be only a quick job. He had discovered something else, too. This was that Flight Sergeant E. M. Davies, the gunner allocated as Howard’s stand-in for the trip, needed to go on only one more raid to complete his Path Finder Force tour of forty-five missions. When that trip was over, Davies would be rested and in all probability he would never again be called upon to do any more operational flying.

The Pantons were old Dorset yeomen stock from Gorfe, Wareham and Swanage, with doctors, writers, farmers and brewery owners among their number. Alec’s grandfather on his mother’s side of the family was Harry Docwra, son of a brewery owner in Wareham, a man of independent means who had spent much of his life big-game hunting in Africa and collecting wild animals for a hobby. True country folk at heart and by tradition, Alec and his sister loved the Wiltshire Downs where their father was stationed after he had completed his flying training and joined an RAF fighter squadron.

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