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My family’s war: Uncle Arthur the RAF hero and bereaved Uncle Jean in Germany’s rubble

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O n the night of 3 May 1944, just over a month before D-day , pilot Arthur Grain took off in his Lancaster bomber, and never came back. His aircraft was just minutes from its target when it was hit by German shells that sent Grain and his seven crew from 550 RAF squadron hurtling into woodland near the village of Cheniers, north-east France.

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