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- Spatial Coverage is exactly "England--Brighton"
Tags: 10 Squadron; 103 Squadron; 35 Squadron; 40 Squadron; 57 Squadron; 77 Squadron; 9 Squadron; aircrew; B-17; B-24; bale out; Blenheim; bomb aimer; bombing; bombing of Dresden (13 - 15 February 1945); C-47; Catalina; Distinguished Flying Medal; Dulag Luft; escaping; flight engineer; Fw 190; H2S; Halifax; Harris, Arthur Travers (1892-1984); heavy conversion unit; Hitler, Adolf (1889-1945); Hurricane; Ju 88; Lancaster; Me 110; medical officer; memorial; mess; Mosquito; navigator; Nissen hut; operational training unit; P-51; Pathfinders; Photographic Reconnaissance Unit; prisoner of war; RAF Abingdon; RAF Elsham Wolds; RAF Halton; RAF Hemswell; RAF Henlow; RAF Jurby; RAF Leeming; RAF Lindholme; RAF Lyneham; RAF Melbourne; RAF St Athan; RAF Uxbridge; Red Cross; shot down; Spitfire; sport; Stalag Luft 1; Stalag Luft 3; Stalag Luft 4; Stalag Luft 7; the long march; Tiger Moth; training; Wellington; Whitley
Initially he served on Wellingtons at Snaith. He describes…
Tags: 463 Squadron; 467 Squadron; Air Transport Auxiliary; aircrew; anti-aircraft fire; Beaufighter; bombing; Fw 190; Gee; H2S; Halifax; Harris, Arthur Travers (1892-1984); heavy conversion unit; Hurricane; Ju 88; Lancaster; Me 109; Meteor; mine laying; Mosquito; Oboe; operational training unit; Portal, Charles (1893-1971); RAF Bottesford; RAF Church Broughton; RAF Lichfield; RAF Skellingthorpe; RAF Snaith; RAF Swinderby; RAF Waddington; Roosevelt, Franklin Delano (1882-1945); Spitfire; Wellington; Window
Tags: 463 Squadron; aircrew; bombing; Cook’s tour; Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain (1926 -); Lancaster; Morse-keyed wireless telegraphy; Normandy campaign (6 June – 21 August 1944); Oxford; pilot; prisoner of war; propaganda; RAF Brenzett; RAF Skellingthorpe; RAF Winthorpe; Tiger Moth; training
Top right, photograph of five women one in uniform, three men in uniform, town street background.…
Tags: 630 Squadron; 8 Group; 97 Squadron; aircrew; anti-aircraft fire; bale out; bombing; crewing up; demobilisation; Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain (1926 -); FIDO; Gibson, Guy Penrose (1918-1944); Lancaster; navigator; Pathfinders; prisoner of war; RAF Coningsby; Stirling; Tiger force; training; Wellington