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  • Spatial Coverage is exactly "France--Beauvais"

A list of ten airmen lost during the war. It covers surnames starting 'HO', identifying the men by surname, rank, forenames, service number, age, trade, date killed and burial details (where known).

Seven photographs from an album.
#1 Two policemen, a woman and a young girl.
#2 is the Cafe de la Paix.
#3 is a soldier, a man and Jack Wainwright at the steps of Beauvais cathedral.
#4 is two women and Jack Wainwright at the steps of the…

Nine photographs from an album.
#1 12 members of the family.
#2 a head and shoulders portrait of a woman.
#3 a profile head and shoulders portrait of a woman.
#4 three men and the family car.
#5 two men and a woman beside the family car.
#6 is…

Four photographs from an album.
#1 is a large building captioned 'Le Lycee Felix Faure.
#2 and 3 are a memorial to the R101 which crashed in October 1930.
#4 is identified as The Sanatorium of Dr Magnier (Beauvais).


Four photographs from an album.
#1 is the Church of St Etienne.
#2 is a monument to Jeanne Hachette.
#3 is a postcard of a four storey corner building.
#4 is the abbey and cloisters.

Six photographs of Beauvais Cathedral and the Palace of Justice.
#1 is a front view of the cathedral.
#2 is the main doorway
#3 is captioned 'Front of the Cathedral and the Palace of Justice'.
#4 is the cloisters.
#5 is the astronomical…

A blank page with an insert with 'France Beauvais 1952'.

Ruins of the Saint-Étienne Church surrounded by damaged buildings. A second image shows the church in the distance viewed through twisted metal.

Identification kindly provided by Ed Strohmaier and Frank Kujat of the Finding the location WW1 & WW2…


A view of the cathedral looking through three pillars. On the reverse 'Beauvais apres bombardement'.

An identity card issued to Jacques Ledoux. The papers are forged for Jack Wainwright.


This page is an entry point for a place. Please use the links below to see all relevant documents available in the Archive. This entry is also used for Marissel and Cimetiere Militaire National de Beauvais-Marissel.

Flying log book for B A Harrington, wireless operator/air gunner, covering the period from 3 September 1943 to 15 May 1944. Detailing his operations flown. He was stationed at RAF Swanton Morley and RAF Hartford bridge. Aircraft flown in was…
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