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  • Temporal Coverage is exactly "1942-09-24"

Programme for commemoration in Schiermonnikoog. Head and shoulders photograph of Flight Sergeant Kenneth Rutherford in uniform and full length photograph of Ambrosius Feijes in uniform at the helm of a ship.

Order of service for a memorial service conducted at sea. Head and shoulders photograph of Flight Sergeant Kenneth Rutherford, 935212, in uniform on the front cover together with 15 signatures ('Jacqui Whitehead' and 14 indecipherable). Border of…

Observer's and air gunner's flying log book for Pilot Officer Bob Butler covering 22 September 1940 to 23 September 1942 detailing training flights, air tests and operations.
Served at RAF Jurby, RAF Bassingbourn, RAF Newmarket, RAF Waterbeach, RAF…

Newspaper article reporting an interview with Bob Butler's mother after she had been informed that he was missing. A head and shoulders photograph of Bob Butler in uniform is included.

Letter stating that Bob Butler has been reported missing as a result of air operations on the night of 23/24 September 1942.

A letter from Frank Gales (father of Pilot Officer P F W Gales), stating that he has been unable to find a photograph of his son and Bob Butler. The letter also outlines brief details of the operation where his son and Bob Butler were reported…

Notice recording that Bob Butler was presumed to have died on 'twenty-third day of September, 1942, as the result of air operations.'.

A letter explaining that nothing further has been heard of Bob Butler and his crew and that if they are prisoners of war the International Red Cross will inform the squadron.

A letter confirming that Bob Butler did not return from an operation on the night of '23/24th September'.

Telegram, marked as priority, informing Bob Butler's sister that her brother was reported missing as result of operations the night of '23/24 Sept 1942'.

Telegram to Bob Butler's mother informing her that her son had been reported missing as a result of operations on the night of '23/24 September 1942'.

A letter reporting that no further news has been received since Bob Butler was reported missing on the night of '23/24th September, 1942'.

Tadeusz Jasinski’s Flying Log Book as a wireless operator from 9 May 1941 to 14 October 1945. Carried out training at No. 2 Signal School, 4 Air Observer School (air gunner training) and 18 OTU, Posted to 304 (Polish) squadron for operations in…

Wireless Operator/Air Gunner’s log book for H C Rouse covering the period from 11 October, 1940 to 16 December, 1945. Detailing his flying training and operations flown, also includes Gunnery Course results, mine laying operations, bomb loads, a…

Alan is pleased that he has received mail from his parents. He has received a letter from a girl but is quite offensive about her literacy. He is looking forward to getting home at the end of the war.

Detailing his flying training and operations flown as navigator 16 January 1941 to 9 January 1946. He was stationed at RCAF Winnipeg (6 AOS), RCAF MacDonald (3 B&GS), RCAF Rivers (1 ANS), RAF Harwell (15 OTU), RAF Shallufa (38 and 40 Squadrons), …

Reports arrival of 10 letters and discusses cables sent and received. Glad to receive news as was anxious about him over the summer with the intense heat. Writes of recent heatwave that had now ceased. Writes she understands reason for delay in…

Catches up on latest mail received and is glad they are receiving his mail. Pleased that they understood the gap in his letters in June. They mention they have dispatched shoes size 7 which he says should fit. Wishes that they send another pair in…

Pilot's flying log book for Denis Clyde-Smith covering the period from 1 June 1942 to 19 July 1945. Detailing his flying training, operations and test pilot duties. He was stationed at RAF Honington, RAF Wigsley, RAF Waddington, RAF Boscombe Down.…
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