Lunn, Reginald


Lunn, Reginald
R Lunn


An oral history interview with Corporal Reginald Lunn (b. 1922, 909634 Royal Air Force). He served as an engine fitter.

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Lunn, R

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Interview with Reginald Lunn
Reg Lunn was living in Fulham and working as an apprentice printer when he volunteered for the RAF. He had wanted to be aircrew but he was colour blind and so failed the medical. He joined as an engine fitter and was posted to 48 Squadron at RAF…
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