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- Tags: Nissen hut
Photo 1 is a Lancaster going down in flames, captioned 'Photo taken by Chappie of kite going down in flames over Osterfield (Rhur) probably Mac's ht 18,000' '
Photo 2 is Terry, crew and a WAAF outside a Nissen…
Photo 1 is an airman at the ladder at the rear of a Lancaster, captioned 'D_-Day 50th Anniversary Who is This?'
Photo 2 is Terry Ford's crew standing in front of a Nissen hut, captioned 'Paddy Glover Reg Chappie…
Photo 1 is a target photograph of Emmerich. The river is visible but no ground detail.
Photo 2 and 3 are Terry and Eddy at the controls on the way home from the Emmerich raid.
Photo 4 is six airmen and a WAAF…
Photo 1 is 13 Lancasters in flight over RAF Mepal.
Photo 2 is a frosty tree beside Terry's hut.
Photo 3 is Terry and his crew standing in front of a Nissen hut. In the caption each individual is named, as is their…
Photo 1 is seven airmen standing in front of a Halifax.
Photo 2 is five airmen sitting and crouched on grass.
Photo 3 is an airman inside an aircraft.
Photo 4 is five airmen standing in front of a Nissen…
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1. Three airman, two shirtless and one in swimming trunks, using a stirrup pump and fire buckets outside a nissen hut. Caption unreadable.
2. Two airmen (shirtless) washing down nissen hut with hose. Caption '.. AT 76 SQDN'.
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