E-MAILS FROM VISITORS TO THE
IN AUSTRALIA AND THE WESTERN PACIFIC AREA
DURING WORLD WAR 2" HOME PAGE
visits since 19 February 2000
|Terri is researching the local history
of Geelong, a regional city in Victoria, Australia.
He was told that the 'Belmont Common' was actually an aerodrome where many women pilots landed around the 1920's.
|Peter is interested in the ship President Coolidge, the crash of an Avro Anson near Currajung Lower in Victoria, Airfields in the New Hebrides and the Fifth Air Force USAAF|
|F.R. McDermott is interested in the bases on Goodenough Island and Vivigani Airfield. His father was based at Vivigani during WWII.|
|Michael helped me with some information on the 5 airfields on Espiritu Santo in the New Hebrides.|
|Dennis wrote to tell me about the airfields and flying boat bases around Port Moresby and Milne Bay.|
|Bruce has sent me photographs of Airfields and Aircraft Wreckage in the Solomon Islands area.|
Australia @ War
need a holiday!
plus 190 Mbytes of Genealogy Indexes & programs
and a copy of my Australia @ War home page which
This page first produced 19 February 2000
This page last updated 07 March 2001