Shakey Do

I knew Greg would ask me about the meaning of Shaky Do or Shakey Do his grandfather wrote in his logbook.

 

It was his second mission…

A fighter sweep over Germany on December 11, 1944.

This was taken in a book I found on Google Books.

Now Greg knows much more… than just Shakey Do…

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4 thoughts on “Shakey Do

  1. Add to your vocabulary of slang the word “Prang”, meaning to crash or smash-up anything such as a plane, car, motorbike or boat etc.. “Wizard Prang”, usually in jocular context, meant the same thing but without serious consequences.

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