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A summary of Derek's career in the Royal Air Force including an explanation why he he carried a rabbit foot mascot in his flying suit. Explains that his flying log books are held by the National War Museum in London. Describes Derek's disappointment…

A bride and groom on their wedding day. On the reverse is dated 18 June 1946.

Harry refers to the London reunion.

Lance invites him to a reunion in London.

A guide to socialising in London.

This item is available only at the University of Lincoln.


From Iga, after her liberation from the prisoner of war camp, telling of her friendship with John and asking for news of him.

A letter sent to Joan Broderick signed by King George VI offering sympathy for the death of her husband, Kenneth James Broderick.

A letter from the Air Ministry informing Joan Broderick that her husband, Kenneth James Broderick who has been missing in action, is presumed dead.

A letter from the Air Ministry sent to Joan Broderick to inform her that her husband Kenneth James Broderick has gone missing in operations. The Air Ministry reassures Joan and will inform her if they receive any news, and they ask her to do the…

A letter sent to Mrs Broderick from a Flight Lieutenant of 106 Squadron. The letter concerns the whereabouts of Joan Broderick's husband, Kenneth, who is presumed deceased. The letter is a response to a previous letter and offers advice and guidance…

A letter from the British Red Cross and Order of St John of Jerusalem sent to Mrs Joan Broderick concerning her husband, Kenneth. The letter provides an update on the whereabouts of Joan's husband, of which the German authorities have no further…

A letter from the British Red Cross and Order of St John of Jerusalem sent to Mrs Joan Broderick concerning her husband, Kenneth, whose whereabouts is still unknown. The letter includes the information of two of Kenneth's crew members, Sergeant…

A reference listing John's achievements in school between 1933 and 1939 and having an excellent character and cheerful disposition.

Welcome letter to John confirming his selection for aircrew training.

Contains personal and service information for John covering the period 11 September 1941 to 19 February 1945.

Flying log book for J F Mills, Navigator, covering the period from 20 September 1942 to 24 September 1950. Detailing his flying training, operations flown and post war flying with 1332 heavy conversion unit, 246 squadron, number 23 reserve flying…

Letter informing Flight Lieutenant Mills that his service with the Royal Air Force expired.

Exam results for Charmian Heléne Quitman.

The end of term report for Charmian Quitmann who is described as 'having done well in spit of considerable absence'.

A certificate awarded to Charmian H Quitnann for achieving first class in typing.

Certificates awarded to Charmian Quitmann having been examined in Parts A and B in First Aid. On the reverse 'Written 49 Oral 19 Practical 19 86 Honours'.


Certificates for dancing awarded to Charmian Quitmann, who went on to marry John Walter Gifford Saunders, at the St. Mildred's Parish Church Musical Festival.

John, standing outside with trees in the background. He is wearing a side cap and his uniform shows his sergeant's stripes and his air gunner's brevet. On reverse 'To:- Sergeant J.W.G. Saunders prisoner of war no.250760 Stalag Luft III (Stalag IVB)…

A letter sent by the Air Ministry detailing the death of Sergeant William Richard Hunt. The letter includes the date of William Richard Hunt's presumed death and where he is buried. It is signed by a Flying Officer.

The top centre photograph shows two men in swimming trunks both holding cigarettes.
Centre left shows men on parade outside accommodation blocks.
Middle centre shows five men in military uniform standing outside a building.
Centre right shows a…
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