DID "G" FOR GEORGE FLY UNDER
THE SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE?
"I DON'T THINK SO!"

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Subject:  G for George
Date:          Thu, 07 Jan 1999 12:24:58 +1100
From:         Maurice Isaac <isaacm@alphalink.com.au>

Hi Peter ,

I was only a kid in the ww2 But wasn't Peter Isaacson the pilot of George? I seem, to remember he flew over our town of Traralgon on a War savings promotion and also got into a bit of trouble for flying George under the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Is my memory right, partly right, or completely wrong?

Regards,
Maurie

 

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Subject:   Re: G for George
Date:           Fri, 08 Jan 1999 15:35:50 +1100
From:          Maurice Isaac <isaacm@alphalink.com.au>

Peter,

I spoke to Peter Isaacson today and he told me that it was he who flew Q for Queenie under the bridge and he says there are reams of info on the Lancasters, he didn't say where. He lives in Flowerdale in Victoria.

Regards,
Maurie

 

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