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Personal memoirs as an RAF Radio and Signals Operator during A posting to Christmas Island in the Pacific 1961-1962. By Charles Hall

When British servicemen were observing nuclear tests in the Pacific during the 1950s, the Prime Minister of the time, Sir Anthony Eden, was warned that they risked a lingering death from cancer. His response is reported to have been, 'A pity, but we cannot help it.'

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