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eMedals-A Collection of Letters from Canadian Pathfinder Pilot KIA

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A Collection of Letters from Canadian Pathfinder Pilot KIA



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A Collection of Letters from Canadian Pathfinder Pilot KIA

A Collection of Letters to Canadian Pathfinder Pilot KIA - All correspondence is addressed to his father, John Allan Fyfe. Includes four Armed Forces Air Letters; two letters written on Officers' Mess, R.A.F. Station stationery (one from Stratford-on-Avon, the other from Topcliffe), four envelopes with letters on standard air stationery (two with RCAF stamps, one marked "Opened by Examiner 6470"), one electrostat Airgraph message; and one colour reproduction of Page 310 from the Book of Remembrance of the Second World War (his is the tenth name from the bottom, second column). Very fine. IMPORTANTLY - There is an extensive collection of material related to Fyfe located on the Canadian Virtual War Memorial including the Photo shown here (not included in the lot). Footnote: RCAF Pathfinder Pilot, J/10954 Flight Lieutenant Allan Blake Fyfe was the son of John Allan Fyfe and Margaret Louise Fyfe of Toronto, Ontario. He was with 405 Squadron and died on March 15, 1944 at the age of 23. He is buried in the Durnbach War Cemetery, Bad Tolz, Bayern (Bavaria), Germany, Grave Reference 11.H.24.
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