Cockbill, Denis Francis Albert


Cockbill, Denis Francis Albert
D F A Cockbill


An oral history interview with Flying Officer Denis Cockbill (1924, Royal Air Force). He flew operations as a wireless operator with 195 Squadron.
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Born in Newport, Denis volunteered for the Royal Air Force as he was tired of bombing, wishing to get his own back, he joined the Air Corps at 17. Wishing to train as a wireless operator because of his interest in radio technology, he officially…
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