Le Havre and Terry Ford's crew

PFordTA17040005.jpg

Title

Le Havre and Terry Ford's crew

Description

Four photographs from an album.
Photo 1 is a view during take off from the bomb aimer's station.
Photo 2 is air gunner Paddy Glover in his mid-upper turret.
Photo 3 is wireless operator George Tredinnick looking out of the astro-dome.
Photo 4 is a target photograph of Le Havre.

Date

1944-10-09

Temporal Coverage

Language

Type

Format

Four b/w photographs on an album page

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Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

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Identifier

PFordTA17040005

Transcription

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[Photograph]
1625 MEP 10.9.44// 8” 11,000’ [SYMBOL] 132° 1737
ALVIS 4. N.11 x 1000,4 x 500.C.28 Secs F/O FORD Y.75

ABOVE:- The last attacker on Le Havre. Bombing German Artillery positions on 10th Sept’ 1944. After this attach the German garrison surrendered. About 400 aircraft attacked on this day.

ABOVE LEFT:- Take-off from the Bomb-Aimer’s position in a Lancaster.
ABOVE MIDDLE LEFT:- Paddy Glover in his Mid-upper turret.
BOTTOM LEFT:- Wiress [sic] Operator George Tredinnick looking out of the Astro-dome by his set.

Citation

“Le Havre and Terry Ford's crew,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed January 29, 2022, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/23976.

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