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Frank,s memoirs of WW2

by Susannicholls1

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Susannicholls1
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Frank Nicholls
Location of story: 
On board the Tartar
Background to story: 
Royal Navy
Article ID: 
A2295858
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14 February 2004

My late husband Frank Nicholls who served on the Tartar,has written his story in WW2 in a cca 30 page typed document.I could csan it,but I understend that that is not accepable.
In his memory I would like his story to be read by all concerned.Please advise.Thank you,

Susan Nicholls

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Message 1 - HMS Tartar

Posted on: 14 September 2004 by David Pounder - WW2 Site Helper

Hello I am David Pounder a historian researching the incident in the Faeroe Islands on 20th June 1940. HMS Tartar was involved.

Does your account include any reference to the event?

Thank you.

Regards

David Pounder

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