Mann, Alan


Mann, Alan
A Mann


An oral history interview with Alan Mann (b.1926). He was an apprentice at De-Havilland during the war and experienced bombing in 1940.

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




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Mann, A

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Alan Mann was born in Lewisham, London and left school aged 14 to begin an engineering apprenticeship at RAF Kidbrooke and with de Havilland. He describes being bombed and what it was like in the workshops. After the war he had a career with de…
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