Air Gunner’s flying log book for C McDermott covering the period from 7 July 1941 to 28 July 1945. Detailing his flying training and operations flown, includes course results, gunners briefing note and target details. He was stationed at RAF…
An unstamped envelope addressed to Colin. Handwritten on it is '139203 RAF Commission Letter' and his address.
The letter refers to the relinquish of his commission and includes a copy of the Queen's Regulations concerning the wearing of uniform.
A book about the brewery of Koekelberg, Brussels. Inside is a comment 'RAF is welcome in Koekelberg. But I mean no so [sic] in Berlin' and signed [indecipherable]. There is a second comment 'With thanks', again the signature is indecipherable.
A booklet published by the brewery at Kockleburg. It tells of the brewer Cambrinus who was in love with Flandrine. He was given a recipe for beer by the devil on condition he got Cambrinus soul in 30 years and he had to give up Flandrine.
A book written as the war was ending. It is full of advice on how Allied forces should behave towards German civilians. It explains the logic of Nazi behaviour in detail. There is a section on useful phrases.