MOTAT oral history interview with C. Brown

Clarence Easton Brown, Interviewee;  Roger Munns, Interviewer; 

10 Mar 2004
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Maker and Role
Clarence Easton Brown, Interviewee
Roger Munns, Interviewer
Production Date
10 Mar 2004
Oral history interview with Clarence Brown covering his service during World War, 1939-1945 in the Solomon Islands with the Royal New Zealand Air Force as radio telephone operator with 14 Squadron. Describes conditions in Guadalcanal, and in Ondonga, and mentions Cookham air base, Curtiss P0 Kittyhawk aircraft.
Physical Description
2 sound cassettes (ca. 70 minutes) : analog.
Current Rights
All rights reserved
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Credit Line
Clarence Easton Brown et al. 10 Mar 2004. MOTAT oral history interview with C. Brown, 06-1298. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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