Bartlett, Anthony Bertrand


Bartlett, Anthony Bertrand
Anthony Bartlett
A B J Bartlett
A B Bartlett


Three items. The collection consist of documents concerning Flight Lieutenant Anthony Bertrand Joseph Bartlett’s service. It includes a poem and two memoirs, one a recollection of a mine laying operation and one about an officers’ mess function.

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




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Bartlett, A

Collection Items

More than one liberty
Relates an incident at an officers’ mess ball which contrasts the attitude of peacetime station commander to those found on operational stations. Describes events surrounding a station ball at a training base in the midlands. Includes general…

Kaleidoscope – the morning after - 1943
Five verse poem describing feelings the next morning after a harrowing night operation. Describes emotions and surprise that the crew survived.

An anxious moment
Describes events during a mine laying operation in a Stirling to the Gironde River near Bordeaux. Relates how the aircraft was hit by anti-aircraft fire which damaged the tail and an engine as well as wounding the flight engineer. Describes the…
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