Letter from Arthur Harris referring to Gallantry Awards

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Title

Letter from Arthur Harris referring to Gallantry Awards

Description

The letter refers to a previous letter and recommendations for Non-Immediate Awards.

Date

1944-10-21

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Spatial Coverage

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One typed letter

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EHarrisATAirMin441021

Transcription

HEADQUARTERS,
BOMBER COMMAND,
ROYAL AIR FORCE,
c/o G.P.O.,
HIGH WYCOMBE
BUCKS.
[underlined] SECRET [/underlined]
Reference: - BC/S.23191/P. 21st October 1944
[underlined] Grant of Decorations and Medals during the War – Non - Immediate Awards [/underlined]

Sir,
I have the honour to refer to Air Ministry letter S.62532/S.10.A dated 8th February, 1941, and to forward herewith the attached lists of recommendations for Non Immediate Gallantry Awards for the month of September, 1944 in command order priority.
2. Narratives in support of these recommendations are enclosed.
3. 126 Immediate Awards were granted during the month.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient Servant,
[signature]
Air Chief Marshall,
Commander-in-Chief,
[underlined] BOMBER COMMAND.[/underlined]

The Under Secretary of State,
Air Ministry (S.10.A.), ),
Adastral House
[underlined] Kingsway, LONDON W.C.2. [/underlined]

Citation

Great Britain. Air Ministry, “Letter from Arthur Harris referring to Gallantry Awards,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed February 24, 2024, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/20435.

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