History of RAF Foulsham

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History of RAF Foulsham
Foulsham, Norfolk

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History of RAF Foulsham which opened in May 1942 and received 98 and 180 Squadrons in October 1942 with B-25 aircraft. Describes problems getting B-25 operational and early operations as well as an early low level operation on Ghent/Terncuzen where three of 12 aircraft were shot down.

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IBCC Digital Archive

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SDexterKI127249v10011

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[newspaper cutting]
History of RAF Foulsham
Foulsham, Norfolk
History of RAF Foulsham which opened in May 1942 and received 98 and 180 squadrons in October 1942 with B-25 aircraft. Describes problems getting B-25 operational and early raids as well as an early low level operation on Ghent/Terncuzen where three of 12 aircraft were shot down.

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“History of RAF Foulsham,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed December 8, 2021, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/9384.

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