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ELampreyPGuntonWXXXX06.pdf
Peter Lamprey writes about how fed up he is with life at Royal Air Force Inverness. He chastises his work mates for not writing to him.

ELampreyPGuntonWXXXX11.pdf
Peter Lamprey writes to his work mates complaining about life and hoping to get leave to visit them. He also mentions that some personnel have left for the next stage of training and he might be soon to follow.

ELampreyPGuntonWXXXX17.pdf
Peter Lamprey writes from Royal Air Force Inverness to his workmates in London.

ELampreyPGuntonWXXXX23.pdf
Peter Lamprey writes about life at Royal Air Force Inverness including Physical training which consists of trench digging, and the new ‘WAAFs, ATS and WRENS’ that have arrived and improved his social life.

ELampreyPGuntonWXXXX27.pdf
Peter Lamprey writes a funny rhyming poem to his former work mates.

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Oscar was born in Australia. His father was a machine gunner - he was wounded seven times and died from his wounds two months before Oscar was born. His example influenced him to join the Royal Air Force. As an Air Cadet Corps member, he went to…

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Terry writes to his parents about his journey to his posting at RAF Dalcross.

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Terry writes about his arrival at Dalcross (RAF Inverness). He is very impressed with the accommodation and food.

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Terry writes home of his first operation and his social life.

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The first item is a list of Peter Lamprey's stations, ranks and dates. Peter Lamprey was a friend of Arthur's and pre-war fellow worker at Waterlow's the printers at Park Royal, London. A special operator with 101 Squadron, he died on 14 January 1944…
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