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Life at Salbani by Tony Donell

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Tony (second pilot to the Harrison crew) kept a diary whilst at Salbani. The text of the diary is unique in that it gives an almost day to day account of what it was like to be at Salbani. Except for the words in brackets, the text set down is a true and accurate copy of the contents of Tony’s diary. Wednesday September 13th (1944): Up at 4 a.m.…

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