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The letter advises Teddy's father that his son has been killed.

A full length portrait of Teddy in his flying kit.
It is captioned 'Teddy pictured in 1941 in his flying suit.'


The letter was written 12 days before his last flight over Germany. He expresses his feelings if he is captured or dies serving his country.

The group of men is arranged in six rows in front of a hangar. It is captioned '1941 Either 11 OTU or 12 Squadron Binbrook. Sgt AE Cosgrove RAFVR 968259 (3rd row from top, 6th from right)'.

30 airmen arranged in three rows in front of a building. It is captioned '1940 Sgt AE Cosgrove RAFVR 968259 pictured bottom row, 3rd from right'.

18 airmen, including Teddy, arranged in two rows around an L shaped table. It is captioned 'Sgt AE Cosgrove (pictured seated 4th from left) in training. RAFVR 968259'.

Two photographs of Teddy as a young boy using a radio with a headset.

A newspaper article about a campaign to recognise the loss of Teddy's crew mates.

Teddy's uniform badges and medals. The medals are 1939 to 1945 Star, Aircrew Europe Star and War Medal 1939 to 1945. Also included is a full length portrait of Teddy in flying kit.


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