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Thanking John for the parcel he sent and apologising for her poor English.

To John thanking him for his letter and saying a letter will be ready the next day at 10 o'clock and asking why John was sad.

To John thanking him for his letter and telling him she is moving to a new camp the next day.

Iga writes that her health is improving, she is working in the hospital and wishes John a happy Christmas. John replies that he is glad she is feeling better and wishes her a happy new year.

Iga is sorry that she was unable to meet John due to sickness.

A letter written in French, with accompanying English translation sent to Mrs Hunt. The French letter was written by an Auguste Bally, an Adjudant in the Gendarmerie. The letter is sent as a reply to Mrs Hunt, thanking Bally for information on her…

A letter enclosing John's presentation gilt caterpillar with apologies that gold pins are no longer presented.

Seven airmen seated on grass. Each man is named and the image is captioned 'The crew in training; possibly no. 1656 Conversion Unit, 1943.'

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Five airmen, including Edgar Pratt, dressed in flying kit. They are standing in front of a Lancaster. The caption reads 'The crew training in 1943' and each man is named.

Seven airmen seated on the grass, captioned 'The crew in training: possibly No.1656 Conversion Unit, 1943'. Each man is named.

This item was sent to the IBCC Digital Archive already in digital form. No better quality copies are available.

Five airmen standing, in flying kit, in front of a Lancaster. It is captioned 'The crew training in 1943' and each man is named.

A poem about a wireless operator lying, dying. His body is full of aircraft parts. There is also a 'Chad' sketch and reference to Gremlins.

Catches up with family matters, share news of relations and tells that all is well.

Catches up with family matters and tells that all is well.

Announces George Nixon as presumed killed over Germany.

Six airmen arranged in two rows. Four have signed the back: S.C. Beagby, D.I. Robinson, (AG.) A.E. Greenway, (NAV.), K.C. [undecipherable].

A group of trainees arranged in four rows. Underneath each man is named.

A newspaper article describing an attack on Nuremberg. It is annotated 'No 9 27/8 1943'.

13 airmen in two rows in front of a Fairey Battle. Each man is named on the front. On the reverse each man has signed his name and 'A/C Fairey Battle Course 45A Observers No 9 Bombing and Gunnery School Mont-Joli PQ July 1942 Back Row RCAF Front RAF…

The events after Ronald was shot down on the morning of D-day.

Took place in the Albert Hall May 6th 1938. Three items one a photogrph of the Portsmouth contingent, a press clipping from 19th May reporting a concert in Portsmouth Guildhall, third a press clipping reporting the London performance.

A menu for a Christmas dinner at 8 (B) Squadron. It is signed by some of the airmen who took part.
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