Ep 218: Pathfinder and Master Bomber

Ep 218: Pathfinder and Master Bomber

Between November 1943 and October 1944 Charles Owen DSO DFC flew 55 missions as part of Bomber Command. His extraordinary hand written diary describes these sorties in brilliant detail. Al Murray reads extracts here. With many thanks to his son, Oliver Owen.

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