Cothliff, Ken. Jim Moffat


Cothliff, Ken. Jim Moffat


7 items. The collection contains photographs of Jim Moffat and his crew, and extracts from his log book.

The collection has been donated to the IBCC Digital Archive by Ken Cothliff and catalogued by Nigel Huckins.


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Cothliff, K

Collection Items

Jim Moffat and Bill Jones
Two men in civilian clothes standing together. Jim is on the right and it is captioned 'Songs & I'.
Information supplied with the collection states 'Jim with fellow RAF evader Bill Jones at Etalle'.

Jim Moffat at Edinburgh Castle
Jim Moffat, in uniform, standing beside the guns at Edinburgh Castle.

Jim Moffat, three women and a man
Jim Moffat with three women and a man, The man has a bandaged right hand. It is captioned 'Jim Moffat The Englishman... James...'
Information supplied with the collection states 'The Aiuthphene family with Jim (2nd from left).

Jim Moffat and crew
Seven airmen at the side of their aircraft. They are dressed in flying kit.

Jim Moffat and Crew
Seven airmen in a row. Above is a caption with their names, rank and crew role. Jim is on the furthest right.
Two more copies are included. The second has a caption with the individuals named.

Extracts from Jim Moffat's Log Book
Royal Air Force Navigator’s, Air Bomber’s and Air Gunner’s Flying Log Book [cover not shown].
M Moffat’s Air Gunner’s Flying Log Book covering the period 16 June 1943 to 30 March 1944. Hand written note –missing’. Detailing his…

Five Airmen and a Halifax
Five airmen squatting at the side of a Halifax.
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