Seven Ground Crew

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Title

Seven Ground Crew

Description

Seven ground crew standing in front of a Lancaster. On the reverse is a typed comment about a Rhodesian squadron bombing marshalling yards. Three of the ground crew are named.

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One b/w photograph

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PWainwrightJE22030003, PWainwrightJE22030004

Transcription

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THE FIRST ATTACK WAS MADE BY R.A.F. BOMBER COMMAND RECENTLY ON MARSHALLING YARDS IN THE CITY OF PARIS. A RHODESIAN BOMBER SQUADRON, THE SAME WHICH CARRIED OUT THE FAMOUS RAID ON AUGSBURG WHEN SQUADRON LEADER NETTLETON RECEIVED THE V.C., PLAYED AN IMPORTANT PART IN THE ATTACK.

35164. GROUP OF R.A.F. GROUND CREW. ON LEFT IS CPL. ALEX JACK, OF SALISBURY SOUTHERN RHODESIA, SGT. ALAN RUBINSTEIN OF FLABUSI, RHODESIA, AND CPL. BOB O'DELL OF SALISBURY, SOUTHERN RHODESIA.
S & G. P.L.

Citation

“Seven Ground Crew,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed June 18, 2024, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/39243.

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