I shall return

To paraphrase General MacArthur…

His famous speech, in which he said, “I came out of Bataan and I shall return”, was first made at Terowie, a small railway township in South Australia on 20 March. Upon his arrival in Adelaide, MacArthur abbreviated this to the now-famous, “I came through and I shall return” that made headlines. Washington asked MacArthur to amend his promise to “We shall return”. He ignored the request. (Wikipedia)

I shall return to this blog later.

I am now concentrating my efforts with F/L Dove posting at Torbay, Newfoundland from September 1943 through April 1944. That’s where he was posted before being sent to England to join later on RCAF No. 403 Squadron.

All this information can be seen on my new blog about RCAF No. 128 Squadron. Greg has scanned all the relevant logbook pages with some more exclusive photos like this one…

Collection Walter Neil Dove

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