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  • R.C.A.F. Group of Four
  • R.C.A.F. Group of Four

Item: C0178

R.C.A.F. Group of Four


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R.C.A.F. Group of Four

Defence Medal; CVSM with Overseas Bar; 1939-45 War Medal; Memorial Cross, George VI, (reverse impressed: Sgt. Air Bomber B.E. Bell R70130), court mounted for display, extremely fine. Bruce Edwin Bell from Toronto, Ontario and was in #1658 Conversion Unit. He was killed on 21 Aug 1943 when the Halifax aircraft that he was in had both starboard engines fail and it crashed at Bruntingthorpe Village, Leics. England. He was 23 years old. Comes with copy of his service record.
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