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- Spatial Coverage is exactly "Atlantic Ocean"
Tags: 44 Squadron; 50 Squadron; 61 Squadron; 76 Squadron; aircrew; Anson; Battle; Blenheim; bombing; bombing of Cologne (30/31 May 1942); Botha; crash; Distinguished Flying Medal; Hampden; killed in action; Lancaster; Lysander; Manchester; mine laying; operational training unit; RAF Boscombe Down; RAF Coningsby; RAF Finningley; RAF Lindholme; RAF Nutts Corner; RAF Scampton; RAF Syerston; RAF Upper Heyford; RAF Waddington; RAF Warmwell; take-off crash; Tiger Moth; training; Wellington; Whitley; wireless operator / air gunner
Bottom - view up at the side of a passenger ship. Captioned 'H M T S Strathedan [sic]'.
Photos 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 are ships forming up for a 1941 convoy from Boston. The photographer is Arthur's friend Cecil Reid.
Tags: Home Guard
Photo 2 are seagulls and clouds
Photo 3 is some men at the side of the ship as it is cruising along.
Photo 4 is three men in uniform on the ship.
Photo 5 is a building at the side of the river.
Photo 6 is a…
Germany’s defence strategy and Britain’s counter-offensive delineated with plans, methods and progress. Despite…
Tags: 115 Squadron; air sea rescue; aircrew; bombing; bombing of Nuremberg (30 / 31 March 1944); Defiant; Dominie; entertainment; fear; Gee; Lancaster; memorial; Morse-keyed wireless telegraphy; Operation Manna (29 Apr – 8 May 1945); perception of bombing war; Proctor; RAF Barrow in Furness; RAF Madley; RAF Witchford; RAF Yatesbury; training; Window; wireless operator
Tags: 10 Squadron; air gunner; aircrew; Anson; bombing; bombing of Luftwaffe night-fighter airfields (15 August 1944); FIDO; Halifax; Halifax Mk 2; Halifax Mk 3; heavy conversion unit; Normandy campaign (6 June – 21 August 1944); Operation Manna (29 Apr – 8 May 1945); operational training unit; RAF Lossiemouth; RAF Melbourne; RAF Pembrey; RAF Riccall; tactical support for Normandy troops; training; V-1; V-weapon; Wellington
The code names for the routes are Magnum,…
Tags: 102 Squadron; aircrew; anti-aircraft fire; bombing; ditching; flight engineer; ground crew; ground personnel; mine laying; Normandy campaign (6 June – 21 August 1944); operational training unit; pilot; promotion; radar; RAF North Luffenham; RAF Pocklington; Resistance; shot down; submarine; training