C’est la première partie des souvenirs de guerre de Ken West qui faisait partie de l’équipage d’Eddy Marcoux.
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Les mémoires de guerre de Ken West, le flight engineer de l’équipage d’Eddy Marcoux.
These memoirs were written in September 2007 Kenneth West’s RAF Memoirs
Kenneth West’s RAF Memoirs
February ’44 ‑ June ’47
I was born in Plymouth, Devon on 21st November, 1925.
I moved to London in 1932 and was attending Ponders End Technical College until October 1940 when my father, a Reserved Naval Officer, told us to move back to Launceston, Cornwall, where the bulk of my relatives lived. I had intended to continue at the Technical College in Plymouth, but unfortunately the Germans blitzed Plymouth just before we arrived.
I was apprenticed to the local paper, the Cornish and Devon Post, as a Compositor and Printer. Soon I became the senior apprentice as all the men were called up, becoming a Linotype Keyboard Compositor which was my career until…
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