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A working holiday, 1940-1945 by Donald Grant
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A working holiday, 1940-1945

by Donald Grant

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A New Zealander who volunteered in 1940, he joined Pytchley after training. The 21DF mainly covered East Coast convoys. On promotion to Leading Telegraphist he joined Onslow. She was based at Scapa for Arctic convoys, the Vaagso Raid, the Harpoon convoy and the Battle of the Barents Sea. Then came D-Day and more Arctic work. By war’s end he was a CPO. An enjoyable account of life on the lower deck.
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