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- Spatial Coverage is exactly "New Brunswick--Moncton"
She also discusses her research into her…
Tags: 1 Group; 625 Squadron; aerial photograph; aircrew; Anson; bombing; briefing; coping mechanism; crewing up; debriefing; Gee; ground personnel; H2S; Halifax; Lancaster; love and romance; military living conditions; military service conditions; mine laying; Morse-keyed wireless telegraphy; navigator; Nissen hut; nose art; Operation Exodus (1945); Operation Manna (29 Apr – 8 May 1945); operational training unit; P-51; RAF Husbands Bosworth; RAF Kelstern; RAF Millom; RAF Scampton; RAF Sturgate; target photograph; training; V-2; V-weapon; Wellington; Window; Women’s Auxiliary Air Force
Tags: 207 Squadron; 3 Group; 514 Squadron; air gunner; aircrew; Anson; bomb aimer; bombing of Helgoland (18 April 1945); Cornell; crewing up; Dominie; flight engineer; hangar; Harvard; heavy conversion unit; Lancaster; Lincoln; military service conditions; Morse-keyed wireless telegraphy; navigator; Operation Dodge (1945); Operation Manna (29 Apr – 8 May 1945); operational training unit; Oxford; pilot; promotion; RAF Bishops Court; RAF Bottesford; RAF Hunmanby Moor; RAF Leconfield; RAF Marham; RAF Methwold; RAF North Luffenham; RAF Oakington; RAF Spilsby; RAF Sywell; RAF Waterbeach; RAF Westcott; recruitment; Spitfire; Tiger Moth; training; Wellington; wireless operator
Top right - telegraph pole with open ground and trees on the left. There is a blemish on the photograph at the top right of telegraph wires.…
Item 1 shows a Tiger Moth, a ground crew woman and two airmen.
Item 2 is an article about local businesses supporting the RAF. It also describes Commonwealth and British pilots.