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  • Temporal Coverage is exactly "1944-05-13"

Alan writes thanking his parents for their letters. He is finding the navigation course troubling. He is planning to visit the States and he has not heard from Barbara for a while.

Harrison Sproates’ Flying Log Book as wireless operator from 3rd January 1941 until 29th May 1944. Training was at No. 2 Signals School, No. 1 Air Gunnery School, and 13 Operational Training Unit. Posted to 244 Squadron for operations in the Middle…

Track and calculations on chart. On the reverse, 'F/O Blamires Night Bullseye 12/5/44'.

A vertical aerial photograph taken during an operation at Orvieto. The left and top are obscured by explosions and anti-aircraft flashes.
It is captioned '1126. Fog. 13/14 May 44 // NT. 8" 8.000-> 160° 23.18 1/2 Orvieto M/Y M. Illuminator. P7 W/O…

Robert Palmer’s RAF Pilot’s Flying Log Book from 12 May 1942 to 23 December 1944, detailing training and operations as a pilot and instructor. He was stationed at RAF Lossiemouth (No. 20 OTU), RAF Hullavington (No. 3 Flying Instructors School),…

For Pilot Officer K Gill DFC, 342 squadron. Completed 15 day-light bombing operations with the Lorraine Group

For Pilot Officer K Gill DFC, 342 Squadron. Completed 15 day-light bombing operations with the Lorraine Group

For Pilot Officer K Gill DFC 342 Squadron. Completed 15 day-light bombing operations with the Lorraine Group.

Pilots flying log book for J H Bird, covering the period from 29 March 1943 to 24 August 1945. Detailing his flying training, operations flown and instructor duties. He was stationed at RAF Induna, RAF Kumalo, RAF Gianaclis, RAF Peplow, and Italy.…

Reports arrival of seventeen letters, eleven from her. Glad to hear her and baby were doing well. Thinks David Ian are good names and mentions odd letter from a friend.

Flying log book for B A Harrington, wireless operator/air gunner, covering the period from 3 September 1943 to 15 May 1944. Detailing his operations flown. He was stationed at RAF Swanton Morley and RAF Hartford bridge. Aircraft flown in was…

Flight Sergeant W.B. Gracie’s Flying Log Book, from 6th September 1943 to 5th August 1944, recording training and operations as a Flight Engineer. Based at RAF Croft (1664 Conversion Unit) and 431 RCAF Squadron) and RAF Tholthorpe (425 RCAF…

Letter number 22. Thanks them for letter and catches up with other mail and news. Mentions that he was on duty previous night and coped well. Comments that they were told the end was in sight. Discusses pay and allowances and that he was sending…

A programme for a boxing competition.

Letter from Mr and Mrs Marriott thanking the Madgetts for their letter of condolence. Both families have much to be proud of.

Appointing Clifford Watson as a Warrant Officer.


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