Crossley, Don


Crossley, Don
D Crossley


Two items. An oral history interview with Don Crossley (1924 - 2017, 1592825 Royal Air Force) and a photograph. He flew as a Lancaster wireless operator on 100 Squadron.

The collection has been licenced to the IBCC Digital Archive by Don Crossley and catalogued by Nigel Huckins.




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Crossley, D

Collection Items

Squadron photograph
A large group of airmen wearing khaki uniforms with shorts, berets or peaked caps sitting and standing in five rows in front of a Lincoln. Submitted with caption 'Squadron photo in front of a Lincoln, undated'.

Interview with Don Crossley
Don Crossley was born in South Emsall in 1924. He tells of his time before the war working at Upton Colliery before joining the Royal Air Force. He volunteered and trained initially as a wireless operator / air gunner. He tells of his experience at…
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