MOTAT oral history interview with Frank Turley

Frank Turley, Interviewee;  Megan Hutching, Interviewer; 

09 Dec 2013
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Maker and Role
Frank Turley, Interviewee
Megan Hutching, Interviewer
Production Date
09 Dec 2013
14 Jan 2014
Oral history interview with Frank Turley focused on his service as ground crew in the Royal New Zealand Air Force in the Pacific during World War, 1939-1945. Includes information about training as a rigger, service at Rukuhia, Hamilton, and Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands in 10SU attached to number 1 Squadron.
Physical Description
1 sound disc (ca. 136 minutes) : digital
Current Rights
All rights reserved
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Credit Line
Frank Turley et al. 09 Dec 2013
14 Jan 2014. MOTAT oral history interview with Frank Turley, 14-0033. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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