Royal Air Force flying log book for Sergeant Kenneth Pope, flight engineer, covering the period 25 September 1944 to 17 May 1945, detailing training, and operations flown. He was stationed at RAF Winthorpe, RAF Syerston, RAF Waddington. Aircraft…
Sergeant Kenneth Pope's service and release book from 27 September 1943 to 16 April 1947. Statement reads 'A very capable and willing workers who carries out any job given in a very able manner. He has been very satisfactory at all times.'
Formal group of servicemen in dress uniform, front row are officers with half wing brevet, brides in wedding dresses. Garden trellis in background.Captioned 'Lichfield 26-5-45. Best wishes [undecipherable]'.
A handwritten note giving brief details of the operation and a relevant newspaper cutting titled 'Today I took wine with an officer of the British Commando Brigade in the garden of a ruined house in Wesel'.
Handwritten notes giving brief description of the operations, two relevant newspaper clippings titled 'R.A.F send out 1200 bombers. 1600 mile raid by 200 Lancasters' and '1,000 RAF bombers help the Russians'.