Askew, Maurice Vivian


Askew, Maurice Vivian
M V Askew


An oral history interview with Maurice Vivian Askew (b. 1921 1098180 Royal Air Force). He flew operations as a flight engineer with 207 squadron and became a prisoner of war.

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Interview with Maurice Vivian Askew
Maurice Askew volunteered for the RAF and began training as a flight engineer. He was posted to 207 Squadron at RAF Spilsby and his first operation was to Berlin. On his last operation his aircraft came under attack. He was knocked unconscious as he…
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