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Mrs Waller, Lombard Street, Inverness.
Reference: 22589a
Mrs Waller, Lombard Street, In...
Mrs Waller, Lombard Street, Inverness.
Reference: 22589b
Mrs Waller, Lombard Street, In...
Mrs Waller, Lombard Street, Inverness.
Reference: 22589c
Mrs Waller, Lombard Street, In...
Mrs Waller, Lombard Street, Inverness.
Reference: 22589d
Mrs Waller, Lombard Street, In...
Sir Michael William Selby Bruce, 11th Baronet, born Ensenada, Lower California on 27th March 1894 was an author and adventurer. Succeded his father, Sir William Waller Bruce, in 1912. Michael Bruce entered Abingdon School, then joined the British South Africa Police as a trooper in 1913. After First World War service with the Royal Artillery at Gallipoli and on the Western Front, Bruce became a traveller, largely in Africa and South America, and an author and newspaper columnist. Had a distinguished military career and made propaganda films during Second World War then returned to the Royal Air Force, serving in a barrage balloon unit, with 901 (County of London) squadron, Royal Air Force Regiment. Later in the war he was Senior Weapons Instructor for glider pilots at Bridgnorth. Had several publications including 'Songs From the Saddle,' 'Hunter's Yarns,' 'The Royal House of Bruce' and 'Tramp Royal.' He was the elder brother of actor Nigel Bruce and died at Vancouver, British Columbia on 20th May 1957.
Reference: 43759a
Sir Michael William Selby Bruc...
Sir Michael William Selby Bruce, 11th Baronet, born Ensenada, Lower California on 27th March 1894 was an author and adventurer. Succeded his father, Sir William Waller Bruce, in 1912. Michael Bruce entered Abingdon School, then joined the British South Africa Police as a trooper in 1913. After First World War service with the Royal Artillery at Gallipoli and on the Western Front, Bruce became a traveller, largely in Africa and South America, and an author and newspaper columnist. Had a distinguished military career and made propaganda films during Second World War then returned to the Royal Air Force, serving in a barrage balloon unit, with 901 (County of London) squadron, Royal Air Force Regiment. Later in the war he was Senior Weapons Instructor for glider pilots at Bridgnorth. Had several publications including 'Songs From the Saddle,' 'Hunter's Yarns,' 'The Royal House of Bruce' and 'Tramp Royal.' He was the elder brother of actor Nigel Bruce and died at Vancouver, British Columbia on 20th May 1957.
Reference: 43759b
Sir Michael William Selby Bruc...

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