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  • Temporal Coverage is exactly "1952"

P M Edge’s Flying Log Book 2 from 30th December 1947 until 20th August 1956. Posted to No. 2 Air Navigation School on an Air Bomber Conversion Course to be a navigator. On completion of course posted to 201 Advanced Flying School and then 230…

Jack Whalley’s Royal Air Force Observer’s and Air Gunner’s Flying Log Book from 9th July 1941 until 10th October 1952. Initial training at No. 9 Air Observers School as an air observer, navigator, air gunner and bomb aimer. Further training as…

Photograph of 2 men in uniform holding rifles, one seated in a Land Rover and the other leaning on the vehicle. There is a union jack flag tied to the bonnet of the Land Rover. Vehicle registration is 64AA88. Annotated on the reverse 'In Germany…

Photograph of an airman standing casually in front of an aircraft on an airfield. He is wearing a side cap, has a cigarette in his right hand and his left hand in his pocket. The reverse is annotated 'Fassberg 1952'.


Pilot's flying log book. Two, for Ken Souter. Covering the period from 27 March 1951 to 24 March 1958. Detailing his flying training, flying duties with 83 and 150 Squadron and operations flown. He was stationed at 230 Operational Conversion Unit RAF…

Pilots flying log book three for H O Forth, covering the period from 2 January 1943 to 16 March 1946 and from 3 January 1950 to 20 May 1953. Detailing his flying training, instructor duties, operations flown, and post war flying with 77 Squadron. He…

Flying log book for A D Hope, Signaller, covering the period from 23 July 1952 to 29 October 1954. Detailing his flying duties with Number one overseas ferry unit and 167 Squadron. He was stationed at RAF Abingdon. Aircraft flown in were Valetta,…

Flying log book for A D Hope, wireless operator/ signaller, covering the period from 1 May 1949 to 23 July 1952. Detailing his flying duties with 240 and 242 operational conversion units and number one overseas ferry unit. He was stationed at RAF…

Keith was five at the start of the war and lived in a farm adjoining the airfield at RAF Skellingthorpe. He describes the airfield and how the trees were cut down in the farm belt. The airfield was closed soon after the war, bought by the City…

Jan was born on a farm in North Lincolnshire. She went to school in Brigg. She loved the farm, particularly the horses.
Their farm was close to RAF Kirton in Lindsey which was used as a rest home for men from the Battle of Britain. They worked on…

Gives qualifications as aeronautical engineer. Education and employment history including service in the RAF from 1943 to 1947. Management experience and family background.

A blank page with an insert with 'France Beauvais 1952'.

Contains personal data, mustering dates and trades, commission, course, postings, movements and duties. Includes post-war service.

A group of nine smartly dressed men, women, and children standing in front of Canterbury cathedral. Annotated on the reverse: 'Kathleen + Gus Davis + Jacky Mum Dunce Dad Dunce Marjorie John + Bert 1952'.

Identification kindly provided by Dave…

Navigators, air bombers, air gunners, flight engineers log book 3 for F S W Jolliffe, navigator, covering the period from 7 October 1952 to 30 November 1956. Detailing his flying training and flying duties with experimental flying department, central…

An older woman with baby on her lap. On the reverse '1952,Paignton, Ann V [...] & Sarah'.

Maurice Anderson and Roy Hastie with their Hillman Minx in 1952, winners of the Concours de Confort.


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