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George Peters (aviator)

George Clifton Peters
Born 6 May 1894
Adelaide, Australia
Died 29/9/1959
South Yarra Melbourne Victoria Australia
Buried at Springvale cemetery Victoria Australia
Allegiance Australia
Service/branch Aviation
Rank Lieutenant
Unit No. 1 Squadron AFC
Awards Distinguished Flying Cross

Lieutenant George Clifton Peters (born 6 May 1894, date of death unknown) was a World War I flying ace credited with seven aerial victories.[1]


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