Bruhn, Clarence Keith


Bruhn, Clarence Keith
Clarence Keith Bruhn
Clarence K Bruhn
Clarence Bruhn
Keith Bruhn
C K Bruhn
C Bruhn


Nine items. An oral history interview with Flying Officer Clarence Keith Bruhn (437927 Royal Australian Air Force) documents, photographs and his log book. He flew operations as a navigator with 463 Squadron.

The collection has been loaned to the IBCC Digital Archive for digitisation by Keith Bruhn and catalogued by Trevor Hardcastle.




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Bruhn, CK

Collection Items

Clarence Keith Bruhn’s flying log book for observers, air gunners and wireless operators
Flying log book for observers, air gunners and wireless operators for K C Bruhn, covering the period from 9 September 1943 to 7 September 1945. Detailing his flying training, operations flown and post war flying duties. He was stationed at RAAF Mount…

Keith Bruhn's record of service
R.A.A.F. P/P 149 records that Keith was demobbed on 19 February 1946 after 2 years and 9 months service.

Caterpillar Club membership card
Keith Bruhn's membership card.

Keith Bruhn's Commission
Commission issued by the Australian Governor General.

R.A.A.F. P/P 118 for Keith Bruhn
Officers record of service for Keith Bruhn issued in 1946.

463 Squadron 1945
Formal photograph of Lancaster with five rows of personnel in front and one spread across the wingspan, hangar in the background, on the reverse captioned 'Waddington 463 Squadron 1945', 'X second row eighth from the left'.

Lancaster landing
Photograph of Lancaster landing, runway caravan in middle distance, Lancaster parked in far distance.

Bombing up Lancaster, 1943
Photograph of two airmen fitting bomb carrier below Lancaster bomb bay. on the reverse captioned 'Loading bombs England 1943'. '132 elsders'.

Interview with Clarence Keith Bruhn
Clarence Keith Bruhn's parents were of German descent. He grew up in Australia and joined the Royal Australian Air Force. After training, he flew operations as a navigator with 463 Squadron. On one operation his aircraft was hit by friendly fire from…
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