Rogers, Tom


Rogers, Tom
Thomas Carter Rogers
T C Rogers


An oral history interview with Tom Rogers (1926 -2020, 1914690 Royal Air Force) and an extract from his log book.
He flew operations as an air gunner with 207 Squadron.

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




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Rogers, TC

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Extract from Tom Rogers's  log book
Lists operations flown as an air gunner with 207 Squadron to Homberg,
Dortmund Ems canal, Dusseldorf, Munich, Heilbronn, Geisen, Heimbach, Gdynia, Stettin, Politz and Dresden between 1 November 1944 and 14 February 1945.

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Interview with Tom Rogers
Born in Fulham, Tom Rogers joined the RAF in 1943 as an air gunner. After training he was posted to 207 Squadron in Spilsby, carrying out 26 operations, shooting down two enemy aircraft and being awarded the Legion d’Honneur. He tells of the…
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