Peter Murray Anderson was born on April 9th, 1922 as son to Peter Anderson and Lorena Jane Anderson. He graduated in Agriculture at the University of Manitoba.
Entered the military service on April 16th 1941 at Winnipeg and was send on unpayed leave until April 26th, 1941 when he was stationed at No. 2 Manning Depot. After his training he was stationed to No. 97 Squadron.
Flight Lieutenant Peter Anderson was killed on April 11th, 1945, when, flying with No. 207 Squadron, he crashed in Avro Lancaster Mk III, ME 472 "EM-O" after a mission to Leipzig. The other six crew members (Sergeant E. Nichol, Flying Officer C.M. Hewett, Flying Officer K.A. Larcombe, Sergeant C.V. Collins, Sergeant E.J. Matthews en Sergeant J.R. Pearl) could save themselves by parachute due to the activities of Anderson.
August 19th, 1941: Leading Aircraftman;
January 2nd, 1942: Sergeant;
November 28th, 1942: Pilot Officer;
May 28th, 1943: Flying Officer;
June 15th, 1944: Flight Lieutenant.
April 26th, 1941: No. 2 Manning Depot;
June 9th, 1941: Guard Duty, No. 37 Service Flying Training School (SFTS);
July 15th, 1941: No. 4 Initial Training School (ITS);
August 19th, 1941 - October 10th, 1941: No. 18 Elementary Flying Training School (EFTS);
October 11th, 1941 - January 2nd, 1942: No. 15 Service Flying Training School (SFTS);
January 3rd, 1942: "Y" Depot;
January 23rd, 1942: RAF (overseas);
April 1st, 1942: No. 12 Service Flying Training School (SFTS);
June 24th, 1942: No. 16 Operational Training Unit (OTU);
September 16th, 1942: No. 106 Conversion Flight;
September 28th, 1942: No. 97 Squadron;
March 13th, 1943: No. 16 Operational Training Unit;
January 27th, 1944: No. 82 Operational Training Unit;
June 15th, 1944: No. 86 Operational Training Unit;
August 11th, 1944 - October 12th, 1944: Special Leave, Canada;
October 31st, 1944: No. 51 Base;
November 20th, 1944: No. 1660 Conversion Unit;
January 10th, 1945: No. 5 Lancaster School;
February 15th, 1945 - April 11th, 1945: No. 207 Squadron.
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