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  • Spatial Coverage is exactly "England--Skegness"

Uncovered fuselage frames resting on a carpenters workhorse. Part of engine mounted is visible on the right. On the reverse 'Cadet 631, 135 hp A5 [....], Registered Oct/31, G-ABRS, Skegness 1st May/32, Avro Cadet 1932'.

List of aircraft with aircraft letter, what happened to the aircraft, and some with hours or number of operations..

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He writes about an operation to St Nazaire he was on the previous night and due to the weather 16 Lancaster’s had to land at RAF Pershore. He hopes his boys are feeling better and he wants to go to Skegness on his next day off. This was Ian…

Offering sympathy on news that her husband is missing. Hopes he is safe. Catches up with family and friends news.

Margaret Givens grew up in Coventry and witnessed the bombing of the city. She and other children sat on the bricks of the destroyed cathedral to attend a service. Her house was bombed and while she and her brother was staying with her grandmother…

Percival Robert Court joined the Air Training Corps in March 1941, volunteering for the Royal Air Force at the earliest age of seventeen and a half. Training at RAF Cardington, he became a flight mechanic. He then moved to Skegness to continue into…

Jane Waterhouse (later Carrington) marching past at least one saluting officer whilst playing a drum. On the reverse 'Skegness 1944?'.
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