After the Blizzard. March 1942. Worst for Ten Years

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Title

After the Blizzard. March 1942. Worst for Ten Years

Description

Eleven photographs from an album.
Deep snow around the airfield.
Photo 3 is captioned 'Hangars slightly u/s'.
Photo 4 is two airmen standing behind a snow bank, captioned 'Up to the neck in snow'.
Photo 5 is a huge snow drift, captioned 'Typical drifts'.
Photo 6 is a drift against a building, captioned 'I passed by your window'.
Photo 7 is two airmen standing in the snow, captioned 'Jeff Bromfield with Paddy Clune'.
Photo 8 is of two airmen standing in the snow, captioned 'John Cox this time. In a small cutting.
Photo 9 is an airman with a shovel in the snow, captioned 'Cpl Bob Burns goes to work'.
Photo 10 is snow drifted against a building.
Photo 11 is a group of ten men arranged in two rows with shovels. They are all topless and in long trousers.

Date

1942-03

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Format

Eleven b/w photographs on three album pages

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

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PFordTA17110034,
PFordTA17110035,
PFordTA17110036

Citation

“After the Blizzard. March 1942. Worst for Ten Years,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed December 2, 2021, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/24152.

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