Williams, Arthur Emlyn


Williams, Arthur Emlyn
A E Williams


Three items. Two oral history interviews with Flight Sergeant Arthur Emlyn Williams (b. 1923, 1836914 Royal Air Force) and a squadron photograph. He flew operations as an air gunner with 50 Squadron.

The collection was catalogued by Nigel Huckins.




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Williams, AE

Collection Items

Squadron photograph
A large group of airmen sitting and standing in five rows in front of a Lancaster in a wooden frame. At the bottom 50 Squadron badge.

Interview with Arthur Emlyn Williams
Arthur Emlyn Williams was working as a pump operator at the mines, before he volunteered for the RAF. His mother hid his first recruitment letter. He trained at Lord’s Cricket Ground, and Number 2 Air-Gunnery school at Inverness, on Ansons. He…

Interview with Arthur Emlyn Williams
Arthur Emlyn Williams talks about his life before volunteering and what lead him up to volunteering. His parents were upset about his decision to join the RAF. In September 1943, he was accepted for training as an air-gunner. He started his first…
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