A brother’s search uncovers a lost Australian air war...
NSW lawyer Bob Cleworth went on an impossible search for his brother Reg, lost at the bottom of the South China Sea in a Catalina flying boat in 1945. He uncovered the incredible lost history of Australia’s WWII RAAF flying boat crews who flew top-secret missions for legendary U.S. General Douglas MacArthur - only to be forgotten. Now, surviving WWII Cat crews speak up.
Join the RCMPA members and friends, WWII RAAF veterans and filmmaker Robert Cockburn for dinner at a special viewing of the first edit of Into the South China Sea at Rathmines Bowling Club. Tickets $58.50 ($50 for RCMPA members) for a two-course meal with the movie.
Is an Australian WWII air war officially forgotten after 70 years?
Buy tickets at www.rathmines-catalina.com