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Tony Cashman: Life as a Halifax Navigator

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  1. Elinor Florence

    Elinor Florence Active Member

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    [SIZE=18pt]Author and journalist Tony Cashman is famous for his lifelong contribution to the history of Edmonton, Alberta -- but less known for the significant role he played in World War Two, completing a full tour of thirty operations as the navigator in a Halifax bomber. He has some great stories to tell.[/SIZE]

    [SIZE=18pt]Click on the Wartime Wednesdays link to read my interview with him.[/SIZE]

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    Wow! Not only a good interview, but a willing subject, too. Mr. Cashman has as amazing memory. It's always nice to read the reminiscences of someone who was there. Well done.
     
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