A flypast by a Lancaster stirs memories for a veteran of the Dambusters raid
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Lancaster stirs Jersey man's Dambusters memories

A Lancaster bomber made famous by the Dambusters raid made a flypast at the annual air displays in Jersey and Guernsey.

And in the audience was Ken Trent from Jersey who flew in that World War Two mission.

He recounted how he was left covered in blood after an anti-aircraft shell burst just in front his plane.

The air displays marked the 76th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.

  • 08 Sep 2016
  • From the section Jersey
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