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Posted by: Forum Administrator Posted on: 17. Dec 2014 at 12:58
In Hitler Versus Me, Bandy says:

I composed myself, and said, “Sir, in Spain, fighter tactics didn’t seem to have changed all that much over the past twenty – ” But the postings officer was already halfway to the teletype to send me back to Avro Ansons.
     Worse, the Ansons would probably be based in a place called Gauntlet, which would probably be in Saskatchewan, miles from the nearest tavern. “All right, all right,” I called out, “I’ll take the liaison job.” After all, as long as I was in Europe there was still a chance of paying back the Nazis for shooting down that civil airliner in Spain. The one in which Sigridur was killed.
Posted by: CW Posted on: 12. Dec 2014 at 21:02
How did Sigga pass away and where is that referenced ?