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  • Spatial Coverage is exactly "France--Chalindrey"

Five Group Newsletter, number 24, July 1944. Includes a foreword by the Air Officer Commanding, and features about second thoughts for pilots, gardening, war effort, signals, armament, war savings, navigation, radar navigation, navigation training,…

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Letter from a friend that provides some information on operation on which Malcolm Payne went missing. Operation was to Culmont Chaldarey [sic] on 12/13 July and according to BBC, 13 aircraft lost. Goes on to cover statistics of survival of crews…

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Shows three bomb loads for eight, two and three aircraft respectively. Details distributor. preselection and false height settings as well as times, weights, window, route and wave times. Page is annotated 'Cancelled' in large letters. On the reverse…

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Shows three bomb loads for ten, three and two aircraft respectively. Details distributor and preselection settings as well as weights, Window, timings and wave times. On the reverse flares and target marking plan, bombing instructions and alternative…

LAnsellHT1893553v1.pdf
The log book covers the training and operational duties of Flight Engineer Sergeant Harry Thomas Ansell, from 14 April 1944 to 24 May 1945. He trained at RAF Torquay, RAF St Athan, RAF Stockport and was stationed at RAF Wigsley, RAF Syerston, RAF…

LParkinsH1891679v1.pdf
The log book covers the training and operational career Sergeant Harry Parkins from 20 December 1943 to March 1954. He flew in Stirling, Lancaster, Anson, C-47, Lancastrian, Valetta, Lincoln. Harry Parkins flew 47 operations - 30 night operations and…
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