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Peter Walter Lynn

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Peter Walter Lynn (1915-1945)

1944/45 Obituary [1]

Peter Walter Lynn was born in 1915 and apprenticed with John I. Thornycroft and Co. at Basingstoke.

He spent three years as Draughtsman and Designer with Chrysler Motors, Short Bros., and the Spurr Boat Company respectively.

He was commissioned in the R.A.O.C. in 1941 and later transferred to I.E.M.E.

He was killed in action in April, 1945.

He was elected a Graduate in 1937.

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