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  • Collection: Webb, Lacey Peter

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Lacey Peter Webb remembers his role as a flight engineer in the Royal Air Force during the war and flying thirty operations on Halifaxes and two on Lancasters. Retraces his training in various stations, among them St John’s Wood, where he was…

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Flying Log Book covering the period from 19 August 1944 to 20 March 1945. Detailing his flying training and operations flown. Peter Webb, flight engineer, was stationed at RAF St Athan, RAF Topcliffe and RAF Leeming.

Aircraft flown in: Halifax…

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Issued to Peter Webb covering his service from November 1943 to March 1947.

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Cloth Sergeant stripes awarded to Peter Webb.

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Notes made related to electrical systems.

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Peter Webb's log for a cross country flight of 856 miles. Aircraft was Halifax 'RV-J'.

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Peter Webb's log for a cross country flight of 1200 miles. Aircraft was Halifax 'RV-C'.

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A notebook used by Peter Webb to record lecture notes regarding engine systems, instruments and electrics.

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A propaganda leaflet directed at the German population produced by the Psychology War Department and Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force. One page is missing but both pages are translated into English.

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Report from western Germany. One page of a propaganda leaflet produced by the Psychology War Department and Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force. The second page is absent, but both pages are translated into English.

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A document to be used by the Flight Engineer covering drills for use of fuel tanks, Lancaster Mk I and III drills for pre-starting and starting, taxying, take-off, landing, engine stopping, propeller feathering and unfeathering drill, drill for fire…

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Two letters, the first referring to RAF warrant officers being reduced in rank to sergeants from 1 July 1946 and the second about older veterans mocking young soldiers for not having overseas service ribbons.

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A crest for 427 Squadron with approval from King George VI.
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