Jim Eames Posted January 5, 2016 Share Posted January 5, 2016 Hi all, I'm researching a book on Qantas during WW2 and am trying to track down some details of the activities of David Ross who was in Dili as a Government rep when the Japanese invaded and had been assisting in earlier efforts to establish a Qantas service through Dili. Early research reveals that after his capture he was sent by the Japanese commander to ask the members of the Independent companies to surrender and later remained with them himself until later withdrawn. He later achieved high rank in the RAAF and I later got to know him when we both worked for the Department of Civil Aviation. Any suggestions appreciated. regards Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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