Letter to Reg Wilson's Father

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Title

Letter to Reg Wilson's Father

Description

The letter advises that now that he is known to be a prisoner of war then the proper paperwork will be forwarded to Germany.

Date

1944-04-11

Temporal Coverage

Language

Format

One double sided typewritten sheet

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

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Identifier

EJenkinsCEWilsonWJ440411-0001, EJenkinsCEWilsonWJ440411-0002

Transcription

[Air Ministry crest]

AIR MINISTRY
(Casualty Branch),
73-77 OXFORD STREET,
W.1.

TELEPHONE: GERRARD 9234

Any communications on the subject of this letter should be addressed to:-
THE UNDER SECRETARY OF STATE,
and the following number quoted:- P.412821/3/44/P.4 P. of W/B.5

11th April, 1944

Sir,

[underlined] 169892 Pilot Officer R.C. Wilson (Ex Sergeant 1389401) [/underlined]

I am directed to refer to your letter of the 25th March and to thank you for the information contained therein, both regarding your son and the other members of his crew.

Now that your son’s camp address and prisoner of war number are available it is possible to forward the necessary certificate notifying his commission appointment to the German Government, through the Protecting Power and I am to assure you that action is being taken in this regard.

/You

W.J. Wilson, Esq.,
38, Joydon Drive,
Chadwell Heath,
Romford,
Essex.

[National Scheme for Disabled Men crest]

[page break]

You are advised to address correspondence to your son as in the heading of this letter until you receive confirmation from him that his commission is being recognised.

I am, Sir,
Your obedient Servant,

[signature]

for Director of Personal Services.

Citation

Great Britain. Air Ministry, “Letter to Reg Wilson's Father,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed January 29, 2023, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/35638.

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