Davis, Ronald Charles


Davis, Ronald Charles
R C Davis


Two items. An oral history interview with Ronald Davis (b. 1922, 1603009 Royal Air Force) and a photograph of his crew. He was a flight engineer on Halifax with 78 Squadron.

The collection has been loaned to the IBCC Digital Archive for digitisation by Ronald Davis and catalogued by Nigel Huckins.




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Davis, RC

Collection Items

Jack Fraser and aircrew in front of Halifax MZ412 EY-Y
Seven aircrew wearing Mae Wests standing arm in arm in front of a Halifax. Annotated at bottom 'MU, WOp, Nav, Pilot, Eng, BA, RG'. Submitted with caption; '…my Father-in-law. Ronald Davis of Chichester. He was flight engineer on Halifax mk3 78…

When the war broke out Ronald was a solicitor’s clerk, then got a job with in Portsmouth. Whilst there he volunteered for air crew and went to London to join the Air Force. After about six months he was called up for training. He went on a…
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