Battle of Britain London Monument – Sub/Lt.(FAA) D Grant

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Donald Grant served with 804 Squadron at Hatston in July 1940, flying Gladiators on dockyard defence. He was posted away to 830 Squadron in August.

Grant and Tel/AG WE Thomson failed to return on 19th March 1941 after a raid on Tripoli. Their Swordfish landed near Zarzis, Tunisia. Both were interned by the Vichy French, being released in 1943.

Grant was released from the Navy in 1946, as a Lieutenant.

 

 

 

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