Marsh, George Thomas


Marsh, George Thomas
G T Marsh


An oral history interview with George Marsh (b. 1942). He grew up on a farm near Bassingham bombing range and remembers a crash.
The collection has been loaned to the IBCC Digital Archive for digitisation by George Marsh and catalogued by IBCC Digital Archive staff.




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Interview with George Thomas Marsh
George’s family lived on a farm at Bassingham Fen. His earliest memory of the war was when he was about two and a half, his father pointing out a Lancaster flying over. On 5 November 1944, EH977 Stirling crash-landed nearby and he saw the massive…
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