E-MAILS FROM VISITORS TO THE
"MILITARY AIRFIELDS
IN AUSTRALIA AND THE WESTERN PACIFIC AREA
DURING WORLD WAR 2" HOME PAGE

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visits since 19 February 2000

 

Terri Grote

Terri is researching the local history of Geelong, a regional city in Victoria, Australia.

He was told that the 'Belmont Common' was actually an aerodrome where many women pilots landed around the 1920's.

Peter Stone

Peter is interested in the ship President Coolidge, the crash of an Avro Anson near Currajung Lower in Victoria, Airfields in the New Hebrides and the Fifth Air Force USAAF

F.R. McDermott

F.R. McDermott is interested in the bases on Goodenough Island and Vivigani Airfield. His father was based at Vivigani during WWII.

Michael Nelmes

Michael helped me with some information on the 5 airfields on Espiritu Santo in the New Hebrides.

Dennis Whiley

Dennis wrote to tell me about the airfields and flying boat bases around Port Moresby and Milne Bay.

Bruce Kirkwood

Bruce has sent me photographs of Airfields and Aircraft Wreckage in the Solomon Islands area.

 

Australia @ War
Home pages about events in
Australia during World War 2

 

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This page first produced 19 February 2000

This page last updated 07 March 2001