George Smith
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George Joseph Smith (1912)

George Joseph Smith
Born in Wee Waa, New South Wales, Australiamap
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Died [date unknown] in Sydney, New South Wales, Australiamap
Profile last modified | Created 4 Mar 2013
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George Smith is an Anzac who served in World War Two.

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George Smith served in the Royal Australian Air Force in World War II
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Service ended: January 4, 1946
  • George Joseph Smith
  • WW II
  • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE
  • Service Number 164664
  • Locality of Enlistment - Crows Nest N.S.W
  • Place of Enlistment - Sydney
  • Next of Kin - Daphne Smith
  • Rank - Leading Aircraftman
  • Date of Discharge - 4th Jan 1946
  • Posting at Discharge - 2 Replenishing Centre

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