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A camp scene of a road with wooden huts and in the distance a bunch of airmen. On the reverse 'Piccadilly Moncton'.

13 airmen in front of a wooden hut. Jack is top row, extreme right. On the reverse is 'Moncton Haphazard Snaps'.

Additional information about this item has been kindly provided by the donor.

He writes mainly about the weather.

Two photographs from an album.
Photo 1 is 11 airmen arranged in three rows. The caption reads 'Waiting at the station - ready for home. Rivers, Man'.
Photo 2 is a large house, captioned 'The Taits - Shediac NB'.

The bottom left image on the left page shows a six men. Three men on the back and the man in the centre are in uniform. The men on the bottom right and left ae sitting wearing shorts. The caption reads "THE LADS".
The centre image on the left page…

A blurred image taken from a rear cockpit. On the reverse 'My head obscures everything as usual. Diving on Shack on the bank of the PetitKodiak [sic] SFTS 42'.
In a second image his head is turned towards the camera.

Gives list of unit postings, mustering and promotions.

Two air-to-air photographs of Ansons in flight, first an Anson is quite close and the left engine cowling of the camera aircraft is visible, captioned 'Ansons in formation'.
The second is of an Anson banking away from the camera aircraft, captioned…

An00509's autobiography. Seventeen chapters and an epilogue. Chapters 1-4 deal with early life and schooling. Chapter 5-14 the war years and 15-17 after the war.

This item is available only at the International Bomber Command Centre / University…

The three men are trainees and are standing at a railway crossing.
On the reverse 'Fred, Bill & Jeff. On the lines by the base at Moncton, May 42'.

He describes his first interest in the RAF, in 1938. He joined the Air Defence Cadet Corps, and later in 1941 the Air Training Corps. He was called up by the RAF in February 1942, and proceeded through initial training and the Initial Training Wing…

From Jessie Brown, birthday greetings and wished they were together for occasion.

Happy returns from Dora Dickenson.

Happy returns from Ethel Dixon.

Loving greetings from Edith Scott.

Blue pennant with RAF Badge at Moncton, N.B.

Third of David Geach's diaries describing his service & personal life training as an Air Bomber in Canada. He describes his ground & flying training experiences, social life both in camp and in local Canadian towns and New York. He details train…

Fourth of David Geach's diaries describing the final part of his training in Canada. He writes of his service and personal life training as an air bomber. He describes his ground and flying training experiences, social life both in camp and in local…

Row of buildings in snow with trees in the foreground. Titled 'Moncton'.
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