[modeleng] Re: Australia Day

During WW2, my father taught radio at RAF Cranwell to a lot of 
Australians, Canadians and New Zealanders. After WW2 he wnet back to his 
job in the Ministry of Labour, which included handing out work permits. He 
told me @ i taught radio to enough Canuck, Diggers and Kiwis for them to 
take one way trips over Germany. they didn't need work permits  in 1943 so 
I don;t see why they should have trouble getting them now'. After the war, 
radio hams in New Zealand and Australia sent us food parcels. I can just 
remember us gettiung one at home, and we needed it.....
Advance Australia Fair!


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