Days after the second world war ended, a Welshman was killed as he flew his plane to newly liberated Norway. His name was Arthur Gwynne Davies and now there are plans in the country to hold a memorial to remember his actions.
Arthur was from Tonpentre in the Rhondda and his family say they are delighted his memory will be honoured. Rob Osborne has the story.
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