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- Spatial Coverage is exactly "Italy--Genoa"
Tags: 12 Squadron; 460 Squadron; aircrew; bombing; Bombing of Peenemünde (17/18 August 1943); Cook’s tour; crewing up; Distinguished Flying Cross; Distinguished Flying Medal; Normandy campaign (6 June – 21 August 1944); RAF Binbrook; RAF Kenley; RAF Lichfield; RAF Lindholme; RAF Uxbridge; RAF Wickenby; Tiger force; training; wireless operator
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Tags: 44 Squadron; 50 Squadron; 630 Squadron; air gunner; aircrew; Anson; Bombing of Augsburg (17 April 1942); bombing of Cologne (30/31 May 1942); bombing of Nuremberg (30 / 31 March 1944); bombing of Toulouse (5/6 April 1944); Cheshire, Geoffrey Leonard (1917-1992); Distinguished Flying Medal; Eder Möhne and Sorpe operation (16–17 May 1943); Gibson, Guy Penrose (1918-1944); Hampden; Lancaster; Manchester; Mosquito; RAF Abingdon; RAF Cardington; RAF Cranwell; RAF Credenhill; RAF East Kirkby; RAF Evanton; RAF Silverstone; RAF Skellingthorpe; RAF Swinderby; RAF Uxbridge; RAF Warmwell; superstition; Victoria Cross; Whitley
Tags: 467 Squadron; 83 Squadron; bombing of Hamburg (24-31 July 1943); Bombing of Mailly-le-Camp (3/4 May 1944); bombing of the Creil/St Leu d’Esserent V-1 storage areas (4/5 July 1944); bombing of the Juvisy, Noisy-le-Sec and Le Bourget railways (18/19 April 1944); bombing of the Normandy coastal batteries (5/6 June 1944); bombing of the Pas de Calais V-1 sites (24/25 June 1944); Lancaster; mine laying; Normandy campaign (6 June – 21 August 1944); Pathfinders; RAF Bottesford; RAF Scampton; RAF Waddington; RAF Wyton; tactical support for Normandy troops; target indicator; V-1; V-weapon
Tags: 156 Squadron; anti-Semitism; B-17; bombing; bombing of Hamburg (24-31 July 1943); Bombing of Peenemünde (17/18 August 1943); briefing; ground personnel; Halifax; incendiary device; Lancaster; mine laying; Mosquito; Pathfinders; RAF Wyton; Scharnhorst; target indicator; Women’s Auxiliary Air Force
Tags: 10 Squadron; 100 Group; 223 Squadron; aircrew; Anson; B-24; Blenheim; bomb aimer; bombing; Botha; C-47; Dominie; Halifax; Halifax Mk 2; Martinet; Oxford; Proctor; RAF Abingdon; RAF Cranwell; RAF Evanton; RAF Manby; RAF Melbourne; RAF Oulton; RAF Pocklington; RAF Topcliffe; RAF Yatesbury; training; Wellington; Whitley
John was born in 1919 to a poor…
Tags: 102 Squadron; 216 Squadron; 4 Group; 78 Squadron; air gunner; aircrew; Anson; anti-aircraft fire; bomb aimer; bombing; bombing of Helgoland (18 April 1945); Conspicuous Gallantry Medal; crewing up; demobilisation; Distinguished Flying Cross; Distinguished Flying Medal; entertainment; ethnic or religious minorities; Gee; ground personnel; Halifax; Halifax Mk 3; Hitler, Adolf (1889-1945); incendiary device; Ju 88; killed in action; Lancaster; medical officer; mid-air collision; military service conditions; mine laying; missing in action; Mosquito; navigator; Pathfinders; pilot; prisoner of war; radar; RAF Kinloss; RAF Oakington; RAF Pocklington; RAF Tangmere; sport; training; Whitley; wireless operator
Tags: 139 Squadron; 15 Squadron; 162 Squadron; 9 Squadron; aircrew; Anson; bombing; bombing of Cologne (30/31 May 1942); Cook’s tour; H2S; Halifax; heavy conversion unit; Lancaster; Magister; mine laying; Mosquito; operational training unit; Oxford; pilot; RAF Alconbury; RAF Bourn; RAF Hartford Bridge; RAF Honington; RAF Hullavington; RAF Kinloss; RAF Lossiemouth; RAF Upwood; RAF Warboys; RAF Waterbeach; RAF Wyton; Stirling; training; Wellington; Whitley