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- Tags: Wallis, Barnes Neville (1887-1979)
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Article 2 is a wartime memoir by Ivor Cole, 103 Squadron.
Article 3 describes some of the exhibits at the new Hendon museum.
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It is captioned 'E54.1.PROD.117'.
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