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Kilroy Was There: A tale of amazing pranks, wizard prangs and wanton women, by the man behind the infamous WWII graffiti. From the memoirs of Pilot Officer Kilroy, CdeG(F), DM(joint).

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Three cats, two dogs, a horse and a pigeon, two prime ministers, two dictators, a field marshal and a cheese sandwich - these are just some of the players in this WWII romp. Pilot Officer Kilroy, the originator of the "Kilroy Was Here" graffiti, did so much more than scrawl his moniker on a lavatory wall, as he reveals in this recently uncovered memoir. When he's not helpi Three cats, two dogs, a horse and a pigeon, two prime ministers, two dictators, a field marshal and a cheese sandwich - these are just some of the players in this WWII romp. Pilot Officer Kilroy, the originator of the "Kilroy Was Here" graffiti, did so much more than scrawl his moniker on a lavatory wall, as he reveals in this recently uncovered memoir. When he's not helping Prime Minister Chamberlain through the Munich crisis or single-handedly saving the British army, he is the unluckiest pilot in the Royal Air Force, regularly crashing aeroplanes and relentlessly pursuing (and sometimes catching) a bevy of beautiful women. How could such a significant wartime account, shedding new light on our history, have gone unnoticed for so long? And, for the historian... Over 200 footnotes with web links and over 100 contemporary photographs. The volume is packed with facts and figures but served up in a most palatable form - some of which you may already know and (almost certainly) a few you don't. Read and enjoy!


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Three cats, two dogs, a horse and a pigeon, two prime ministers, two dictators, a field marshal and a cheese sandwich - these are just some of the players in this WWII romp. Pilot Officer Kilroy, the originator of the "Kilroy Was Here" graffiti, did so much more than scrawl his moniker on a lavatory wall, as he reveals in this recently uncovered memoir. When he's not helpi Three cats, two dogs, a horse and a pigeon, two prime ministers, two dictators, a field marshal and a cheese sandwich - these are just some of the players in this WWII romp. Pilot Officer Kilroy, the originator of the "Kilroy Was Here" graffiti, did so much more than scrawl his moniker on a lavatory wall, as he reveals in this recently uncovered memoir. When he's not helping Prime Minister Chamberlain through the Munich crisis or single-handedly saving the British army, he is the unluckiest pilot in the Royal Air Force, regularly crashing aeroplanes and relentlessly pursuing (and sometimes catching) a bevy of beautiful women. How could such a significant wartime account, shedding new light on our history, have gone unnoticed for so long? And, for the historian... Over 200 footnotes with web links and over 100 contemporary photographs. The volume is packed with facts and figures but served up in a most palatable form - some of which you may already know and (almost certainly) a few you don't. Read and enjoy!

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