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RAF Goxhill was in Lincolnshire, three miles south of Kingston-Upon-Hull. Construction began in 1940 and it opened in 1941. However, it soon proved unsuitable. Being so close to Hull which had been badly bombed, the city’s defensive barrage…

Article 1 has a photograph of the nose of Lancaster Mike Squared, S for Sugar at Waddington, the dispersal hut at Digby and Barry Halpenny in the cockpit of a Spitfire with his book 'Action Stations'. The cutting mentions Douglas Bader flying from…
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