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- Coverage is exactly "Royal Air Force. Bomber Command"
Tags: 103 Squadron; 150 Squadron; aircrew; bombing; briefing; Cheshire, Geoffrey Leonard (1917-1992); crash; demobilisation; Halifax; Halifax Mk 1; Hurricane; lack of moral fibre; Lysander; Magister; military living conditions; military service conditions; operational training unit; Oxford; pilot; Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (1921-2021); RAF Cardington; RAF Elsham Wolds; RAF Pershore; RAF Rufforth; RAF Shawbury; RAF Snaith; Tiger Moth; training; Wellington
Tags: 166 Squadron; aircrew; bombing; Bombing of Mailly-le-Camp (3/4 May 1944); bombing of the Le Havre E-boat pens (14/15 June 1944); bombing of the Normandy coastal batteries (5/6 June 1944); bombing of the Pas de Calais V-1 sites (24/25 June 1944); Halifax; Lancaster; Normandy campaign (6 June – 21 August 1944); operational training unit; Oxford; pilot; RAF Blyton; RAF Gamston; RAF Hemswell; RAF Hixon; RAF Kirmington; RAF Peplow; RAF Upper Heyford; tactical support for Normandy troops; training; Wellington
Tags: 11 OTU; 1651 HCU; 218 Squadron; 75 Squadron; aircrew; Anson; Beaufighter; bombing; bombing of Dresden (13 - 15 February 1945); bombing of Helgoland (18 April 1945); Bombing of Peenemünde (17/18 August 1943); C-47; Harvard; heavy conversion unit; Lancaster; Lancaster finishing school; Meteor; mine laying; navigator; operational training unit; Oxford; RAF Chedburgh; RAF Feltwell; RAF Mepal; RAF Waterbeach; RAF Westcott; Shackleton; Stirling; Tiger Moth; training; Wellington
Tags: prisoner of war
Cutting 2 is an explanation of the idea of why the documentary was made and some detail about what inspired it.
Cutting 3 is…
On the reverse ' "C" Flight RAF Station Greenwood Nova Scotia No 36 OTU Hudson III
Back Row Pilots RCAF
2nd Row Standing Observers RAF
3rd Row Seated Air Gunners RCAF
Front Row Kneeling…
Tags: 101 Squadron; 620 Squadron; air gunner; aircrew; animal; anti-aircraft fire; bale out; Blenheim; Churchill, Winston (1874-1965); crash; Distinguished Flying Cross; entertainment; faith; George VI, King of Great Britain (1895-1952); Gneisenau; killed in action; mid-air collision; military ethos; Scharnhorst; Stirling; Wellington; Whitley