Lashbrook, Wally


Lashbrook, Wally
Wallace Lashbrook
W Lashbrook


Four items. An oral history interview with Squadron Leader Wally Lashbrook MBE DFC AFC DFM (1916 - 2017 Royal Air Force). He flew operations as a pilot with 51, 102 and 204 Squadrons. Includes biographic notes, his decorations and a poem dedicated to bomber pilot.

The collection has been loaned to the IBCC Digital Archive for digitisation by Jessica Kelly and Wally Lashbrook and catalogued by Nigel Huckins.


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Lashbrook, W

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Interview with Wally Lashbrook
Wally was born in February 1913, and joined the Royal Air Force in 1929 as a RAF Halton apprentice, where he completed pilot training at RAF Prestwick. He flew many aircraft including Tiger Moths, Hendons and Halifaxes, and served with 51 Squadron…
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