Davenport, Ernest


Davenport, Ernest
E Davenport


An oral history interview with Ernest Davenport (b. 1923, 1237998 Royal Air Force). He flew operations as a bomb aimer with 7 Squadron before being shot down and becoming a prisoner of war.

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Davenport, E

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Interview with Ernest Davenport
Ernest Davenport was born in Tattenhall, Cheshire in 1923. He joined the Local Defence Volunteers in 1940 and after witnessing the bombing of Merseyside he decided to join the RAF as a pilot. He was accepted into the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve…
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