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From YMCA HQ MEF Cairo. Receipt for parcel from Mrs M Powell.

Required to report for regular service in accordance with instructions. In the meantime would remain on the reserve with no pay or allownaces.

From CRC Worcester to officer i/c attestation section, no 2 recruit centre. Lists three names including Powell N I. Expected draft 1943-04-15.

Certificate of issue of British money order for Mr R Powell for £35.

Gives qualifications as aeronautical engineer. Education and employment history including service in the RAF from 1943 to 1947. Management experience and family background.

Three individual decorations: 1939–1945 Star , Italy Star and War Medal 1939–1945 and brown OHMS envelop addressed to NI Powell.

Made out for Norman I Powell

Made out for N Powell. Grade 1.

Addressed to Mrs V Gill, postmarked Worcester.

Top left - view down tree lined road. Captioned 'Avenue of oaks at side of hall, 18.5.44'.
Top right - An airman wearing short sleeved shirt and tie sitting on a bed in a barrack room with long shelve above his head and clothing hanging on racks…

Notes that her husband was officially promulgated as missing and explains how long payment of family allowance will continue and at what rates.

Informs him that a war gratuity of £31 10s 0d was payable in respect of services of his son.

Details out-turn of Harold Fry's service estate as a total of £18 5s 2d.

Letter concerning Harold Fry's Post Office savings book.

Encloses copy of letter sent to her husband in connection with administration of service estate of her son.

Instructions for storage of various fuels handwritten on the back of another document asking for amendment to an order.

He writes that he has received a complaint from Mrs Joan Wareing regarding her request for documents pertaining to her husband’s car and the subsequent delay. He asked that the Air Ministry expedite the matter.

Refers to the fact that her husband had been reported missing on 6 August 1941 and that family allowance and allotment would continue until 2 September and that temporary allowance would be paid until 27 November 1941. Continues with pension…

Informs her that a war gratuity was payable in respect of Ian Wynn's service.

To Henry Simpson's father informing him that the value of the gratuity was £14:14:0

Informs him that war gratuity was payable in respect of his son's RAF service.

The news-sheet covers the return of prisoners of war and issues that they will face, POW letters from the Far East, Prisoners and Parliament, Camp visits by the YMCA, Prison Camps as schools of Citizenships, Next-of-kin Parcels, International Red…

Airmen on rowing boats on the River Severn at Worcester. Top photograph taken under Worcester's main road bridge, showing Worcester Cathedral and Worcester Porcelain Factory in the distance. Bottom photograph taken further downstream, with…

Neil Ramsey's account of his time at the Telecommunications Flying Unit, Defford, Worcester. The unit was divided into a defensive and an offensive section and because of his experience he was posted to the bomber section.
Various aircraft were…
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