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MDyerJH1217992-160108-01.pdf
Note from his niece which gives outline of operation to Berlin on 2 January 1944. Mentions that Missing Research and Enquiry Service contacted his parents with news that his remains had been found and he and rest of crew were buried in the village of…

LRobinsonDA1215638v1.pdf
Pilot’s flying log book for D A Robinson, covering the period from 23 November 1942 to 21 may 1948. Covering his flying training, operations flown and instructor duties. It states in his log book that his previous one was lost due to enemy action…

LWareingR86325v2.pdf
Pilots flying log book two for R Wareing, covering the period from 17 February 1942 to 25 November 1943. Detailing his Instructor duties and flying training. He was stationed at RAF Cottesmore, RAF Market Harborough, RAF Upper Heyford and RAF…

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Writes enquiring as to whether or not she needs a licence to remove her husband’s, who is a prisoner of war in Germany, car from Market Harborough to Scunthorpe or if there is a special permit she can use.

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Writes making enquiries with regard to moving her husband’s Austin 7 car from Market Harborough to Scunthorpe. She is requesting 5 gallons of petrol to move the car and is happy to send further evidence if required.

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Writes requesting help in removing a car from Market Harborough having just received the necessary documents. She understands that petrol coupons will be forthcoming from her husband’s previous station and asks that they be issued to the value of 5…

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Asks if she received a letter suggesting that they bring the car to her on February 4th and asks if she has the licence and petrol coupons.

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Writes expressing his delight at the news that her husband, Bob, is a prisoner of war asks if she will let them have any other news should she receive it.

EGoweEAGWareingJ440829.pdf
Writes expressing deep sorrow that Mr Wareing has been reported missing, from himself and other members of the community.

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He tells her how pleased he is to hear good news regarding her husband. He imparts all the local news, including the birth of a baby boy. Mentions flying bombs giving friends a hard time in London.

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EBuppingerAWareingJXX09XX-01.pdf
Describes events during an operation against target in France when Robert Wareing's aircraft was attached by fighters and set on fire. Four crew members were killed and four baled out. Author and one other evaded with help of French resistance,…

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Expresses sorrow that her husband, Bob, has been reported as missing. He writes that there is every possibility that he may have baled out or force landed in enemy territory and hopes that she will receive news of him soon.

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Thanks her for her letter and delighted to hear that her husband Bob has fully recovered from his burns and hope that he will be home soon.

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Advises her that her husband’s Austin car has been authorised to be released by the Air Ministry. However, the car is not on the station and therefore Mrs Wareing needs to collect it from a garage in Market Harborough.

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Says that he has just heard the news about Bob and hopes it won’t be long before he is back in the Mess at Market Harborough. He suggests that she contact his Squadron to advise them of the good news.

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From RAF Little Staughton station commander enclosing railway concession certificate. Writes of that they could not move cars of missing personnel. Says she could use her own petrol certificates to move it herself.

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Tells her how he gave a lift to an airman who knew her husband. The airman said nice things about her husband.

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Delighted by news that her husband is safe. Catches up with news.

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Letter of sympathy and mentions his son is in Normandy and letters not coming through from France. Passes on local news.

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Letter of sympathy for her missing husband and mentions worries over conditions encountered by soldiers in Normandy.

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States how pleased they are to know that Mr Wareing is safe in hospital.

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She is pleased that they have had news of Bob, and goes on to give general family news as well as offering help to relocate her car.

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Offers sympathy at the news that Bob went missing over Stuttgart. She says that she had heard before but was waiting for more news before writing. She says that Joan is in her thoughts and hopes she will receive good news soon. She also writes about…

LMillarJ1893458v10001.pdf
Navigator’s, air bomber’s and air gunner’s flying log book for J Millar, air gunner, covering the period from 29 July 1943 to 27 June 1944. Detailing his flying training and operations flown. He was stationed at RAF Pembrey, RAF Newmarket, RAF…

LHoneyFWG915946v2.pdf
Observer’s and air gunner’s flying log book one, for F W Honey, wireless operator, covering the period from 14 October 1941 to 26 June 1945. Detailing his operations flown and instructor duties. He was stationed at RAF Malta, RAF Kabrit, RAF…
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