ALICE KNIGHT
(CNAC 1944 - 194?)

In the 1943-45 log book of Don McBride, Russell listed his address as:

Alice P. Knight
88 Gordonhurst Ave.
Upper Montclair, N.J.


The following e-mail came (9-30-00) from Alice Knight - Reds wife:

My husband, Earl "Red" Knight was in charge of communications in Dinjan. In order to obtain a priority to fly to India and join him, I took a course in radio communications -- this was in 1943 -- and managed to get a radiotelephone first class license. I was then hired by CNAC/PanAm as a radio technician and flew to Calcutta in 1944. From there to Dinjan where we lived until the war was over and operations were moved to Shanghai.


Alice Knight
Dinjan - 1945

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