Sub-Lieutenant John Duppa-Miller, of the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
The bravery medals of a Blitz bomb disposal hero who saved a large chunk of London’s rail network are being sold by his family for £50,000.
Sub-Lieutenant John Duppa-Miller laid in a pool of water with his face just six inches from the fuse of a German mine, which had landed in a viaduct outside London Bridge station on the night of December 8, 1940.
On two occasions the device started ticking and he ran for his…
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