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Duncan, John V Stuart, d 1943 (British soldier)



John V. Stuart Duncan was born in Edinburgh and was educated at Melville College and at George Watson's College. He later went to the University of Edinburgh, where he was very active in the University Air Squadron. During the Second World War, he went from there directly into the Royal Air Force, who posted him to Florida for fighter pilot training. He was killed aged 20 in an aircraft accident while on active duty, in Weston Zoyland, Somerset, on 30 May 1943.

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Papers of John V. Stuart Duncan

 Fonds — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Coll-2002
Content Description This fonds consists of students records, correspondence, diaries, photographs, and training books formerly belonging to Flying Officer John V. Stuart Duncan RAFVR, killed aged 20 on active service in Weston Zoyland, Somerset, on 30 May 1943. School and University records; Diaries (one marked vol. 2, one small diary); Letters during his time in the UK; while training in...
Dates: c 1920s-c 1940s