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The official journal of the Prisoners of War Department of the Red Cross and St John War Organisation. This edition covers the Editors comments, the transport of food parcels, Emergency supplies for the camp, POW cooking, articles about Christmas in…

Article about 7th armoured division liberating 6,500 British and american prisoners after capturing Fallingbostel. Camps were Stalag 357 and 11B.

A newspaper cutting referring to the first daylight 1000 bomber operations. Chris Scrimshaw took part in this attack. It is annotated 'Dad'.

Menu for Christmas meal at RAF Abu Sueir in 1944. Decorated border and artwork top and bottom.

A group of 20 trainee airmen wearing side caps with a white flash. Behind is a wooden hut and a Nissen hut with a telegraph pole in between.

On the reverse 19 airmen have signed their names, some including addresses.

A group of 27 airmen arranged in three rows in front of a brick building. On the reverse the trainees have signed their names. The photographer's name and address is stamped on. A yellow post-it note has 'RAF Locking Weston Super Mare'.

Two items from a photo album.
Item 1 is a newspaper cutting about 75 Squadron, dated 1943.
Item 2 is a vertical aerial photograph taken during a training exercise, annotated ' C.1. N.U. 10-3-45 F7" F/Lt Guinane' and captioned ' "G.H." Simulated…

Nine airmen, including Peter Hazeldene, arranged in two rows in front of a Nissen hut. Each airman has his surname written on.

Biography of Squadron Leader David James Baikie Wilson, DSO, DFC and Bar (1917 - 1947). He flew operations as a pilot with 214, 196 and 617 Squadrons before becoming Head of Aerodynamic Development and Testing, and Test-Pilot at A V Roe & Co Ltd.…

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Note include diagrams on different types of bombs, explosives, fuses and pistols, detonators, tools, precautions, bomb carriage and release mechanisms and pyrotechnics.

Covers all types of fire arms and machine guns including Lee Enfield rifle, Colt automatic pistols, revolvers and flare guns, machine guns including Lewis, Vickers and Browning .303 and 0,5 inch as well as a variety of shot guns. Covers stripping and…

Detailed descriptions of the workings of Bristol, Boulton Paul and Fraser Nash turrets. Procedures for gun harmonisation of Hurricane, Typhoon, Beaufighter, P-51 and Spitfire

Photo 1, 2 and 3 are an AR196 on a ship's launch ramp. Its primary role was maritime reconnaissance.
Photo 4 is a port side view of an AR196 flying over the coast.
Photo 5 is an AR196 on a trolley outside a hangar.

Photo 1 is an AR240, starboard side, climbing.
Photo 2 is three AR240s on the ground.

Photo 1 is an AR195, a shipboard torpedo bomber and reconnaissance aircraft.
Photo 2 is an AR197, the last fighter bi-plane built in Germany.

Photo 1 is a rear side view of an AR198, a three seat tactical reconnaissance Army co-operation aircraft.
Photo 2 is a front side view of an AR198.

Photo 1 and 2 are rear, port side views of an AR199 floatplane on the sea at a beach.
Photo 3 is an AR 231 designed as a submarine borne aircraft.

Photo 1 is a port side view of an AR232 on the ground. It was designed as a medium sized transporter.
Photo 2 is a starboard side flying view of an AR232.


Photo 1 is a front/port side view of an AR232 on the ground.
Photo 2 is a four engined version designated AR232B.


Photo 1 is a front/starboard side view of the twin engined jet, AR 234.
Photo 2 is a starboard side view of an AR234 which was being developed as a bomber.

Photo 1 is the AR79, a sinle seat trainer and communications aircraft.
Photo 2 is an AR80, an all metal, single seat fighter.
Photo 3 is an AR81 dive bomber.

Photo 1 is a port side view of an AR95 on water.
Photo 2 is a font view of an AR95 on a beach.
Photo 3 is a rear, port side view of an AR95 on water.

Photo 1 is Arthur Thomas standing in his flying kit.
Photo 2 is Jock Donnelly standing in his flying kit.
Photo 3 is Flight Sergeants Anstell and Drew with Pilot Officer Arthur Thomas. They are standing on the edge of a wood.
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