Humour Hunt

November 5, 2015 by Legion Magazine

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J.L. Atkins of Lyme Regis, England, wrote about dropping propaganda pamphlets during the Second World War.

A Royal Air Force plane was on a wartime raid over Germany and the navigator was throwing them out, still tied in bundles. The pilot remonstrated: “Good heavens, man, don’t do that. Those bundles might hurt somebody on the ground.”

 

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