Atholl Sutherland Brown


Atholl Sutherland Brown was born in 1923 in Ottawa, the youngest son of James Sutherland Brown. During World War II, he was a Beaufighter pilot in Burma with 177 Squadron RAF and he was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross in 1945. When the war ended, Brown attended Princeton University where he earned a Ph.D. in geology and he later worked as Chief Geologist on the British Columbia Geological Survey. He lives in Victoria.

Books by Atholl Sutherland Brown

Silently into the Midst of Things
Silently into the Midst of Things
177 Squadron Royal Air Force in Burma, 1943-1945: History and Personal Narratives
Buster, A Canadian Patriot and Imperialist
The Life and Times of Brigadier James Sutherland Brown
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Added 10 June 2006.
Updated 07 March 2015.