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  • Collection: Muir, Reginald William Lingfield

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Aerial photograph of a settlement built along a single loop of unpaved road at the confluence of a river and the sea. The area is forested, giving way to open countryside on the hillside beyond. A road alongside has cars travelling on it with cars…

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Flight Sergeant Reginald William Lingfield Muir's War Medal 1939 to 1945, the 1939 to 1945 Star, RAF eagle patch and observer's half-winged brevet.

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Coloured squadron crest with rampant lion holding a standard and the motto 'pro libertate'.

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Concerning the history Bomber Command.
This item is only available at the University of Lincoln.

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Annotated '1388470 Sgt Muir RAF'.

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Advice to improve mathematics training prior to call up.

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The cover of a note book used by Reg during training.


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Note on the 30th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, remembering Reg Muir.

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Note from Reg expressing his feelings.

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Certifies that Reginald William Lingfield Muir was missing and presumed to have lost his life as a result of air operations.

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List of crew members, next of kin and addresses; captain [pilot] Sergeant K H McLean, flight engineer Sergeant S N Leigh, navigator Sergeant D H McLeod, air bomber Sergeant RWL Muir, wireless operator Sergeant R C Barrett, mid upper gunner Sergeant L…

United States Air Forces bombing targets in Europe.

This item is only available at the University of Lincoln.

Two poems about loss, love and hopefulness.

Requesting that Reg attend the combined recruiting centre. Giving instructions on what to bring and advising that he may not be called upon for immediate service.

Book containing information on all areas of the RAF, sold to benefit the RAF benevolent fund.

This item is only available at the University of Lincoln.

Instructions for examination, mathematical calculations and answers relating to questions on navigation.


Page of mathematical calculations and a law, administration and hygiene exam paper.


For training, using an 11 1/2lb practice bomb with a terminal velocity of 955 feet per second. Annotated with a localised map and communication notes.

Cover, flyleaf and opening pages. Annotated 'R W Muir 1388470 1941'.

This item is only available at the International Bomber Command Centre/University of Lincoln'.

Observer's and air gunner's flying log book for Reginald William Lingfield Muir covering the period 1 July 1942 to 9 July 1943, Detailing his training as observer, air gunner and bomb aimer and the single operation flown, from which Reg and his crew…

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With sympathy to Reg's mother following missing in action report.
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