Letter to Reg Wilson's Father

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Title

Letter to Reg Wilson's Father

Description

The letter advises that Reg has been promoted to Flying Officer.

Date

1944-09-27

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Format

One typewritten sheet

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

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Identifier

EJenkinsCEWilsonWJ440927

Transcription

[Air Ministry crest]

AIR MINISTRY,
[deleted] LONDON, W.C.2. [/deleted]
73-77 Oxford Street.
W.1.

TELEPHONE: [deleted] HOLBORN 3434 [/deleted] [inserted] Gerrard 9234 [/inserted]

Any communications on the subject of this letter should be addressed to:-
THE UNDER SECRETARY OF STATE, AIR MINISTRY,
and the following number quoted:
P.412821/3/44/P.4.P of W/B5.

27th September, 1944

Sir/[deleted] Madam [/deleted]

[underlined] 169892 Pilot Officer R.C. Wilson. [/underlined]

I am directed to inform you that your son was promoted to the rank of Flying Officer with effect from 1st June, 1944.

This promotion appeared in the London Gazette of 18th August, 1944 and it is automatically notified to the German Government, through the Protecting Power in order that he may be granted the pay and privileges according to his rank.

It should be stated that there is no objection to your privately notifying your son of his promotion should you wish to do so.

I am, Sir/[deleted] Madam, [/deleted]
Your obedient Servant,

[signature]

for Director of Personal Services.

A.6979.

W.J. Wilson, Esq.,

[National Scheme for Disabled Men crest]

Citation

Great Britain. Air Ministry, “Letter to Reg Wilson's Father,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed January 30, 2023, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/35833.

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