Folklore about war hero grows

A LETTER from a German-based relative has spoken of the folklore created by Mildura World War II hero Flight Lieutenant Dudley Marrow’s efforts during the Battle of Biscay over the Atlantic Sea.

Wolf Stiebler, the captain of German U-boat 461 that was sunk, with Mildura World War II hero Dudley Marrows, who was the captain of the Sunderland flying boat that mounted the attack. The two met after the war and became friends.

Wolf Stiebler, the captain of German U-boat 461 that was sunk, with Mildura World War II hero Dudley Marrows, who was the captain of the Sunderland flying boat that mounted the attack. The two met after the war and became friends.

Mr Marrows famously led an attack against three German U-boats along with his 11 crew members.

He flew low enough over the water so only one boat would be able to counter attack and released depth chargers.

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