Colin Wellesley Lindeman, 75 Squadron RAAF, interviewed by Ed Stokes for the Keith Murdoch Sound Archive of Australia in the War of 1939-45

Accession Number S00548
Collection type Sound
Measurement 2 hr 22 min
Object type Oral history
Physical description audio cassette
Maker Lindeman, Colin Wellesley
Stokes, Edward
Date made 19 May 1989
Access Open
Conflict Second World War, 1939-1945

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Source credit to The Keith Murdoch Sound Archive of Australia in the war of 1939-45

Discussing pre-war employment; Air Force training; posting as reinforcement to 21 Squadron; Singapore; casualty rates; formation of 76 Squadron; comparison of Zeros and Kittyhawks in combat; posting to Furney Airfield at Milne Bay; food rations; inadequacy of training; death of Commanding Officer of 76 Squadron Peter Turnbull; appointment to 75 Squadron at Goodenough Island and Nadzab; flying conditions; lack of moral fibre; post-war employment.