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- Tags: bale out
Tags: 196 Squadron; 76 Squadron; air gunner; aircrew; bale out; bombing; evading; Fw 190; Halifax; mine laying; operational training unit; prisoner of war; RAF Bridlington; RAF Holme-on-Spalding Moor; RAF Marston Moor; RAF Stormy Down; RAF Stradishall; RAF Witchford; shot down; Stalag Luft 4; Stalag Luft 6; Stirling; the long march; training; Wellington
Tags: 466 Squadron; aircrew; Anson; bale out; bomb aimer; bombing; crewing up; demobilisation; escaping; Halifax; lack of moral fibre; Master Bomber; military living conditions; military service conditions; mine laying; Operation Exodus (1945); operational training unit; perception of bombing war; prisoner of war; RAF Driffield; RAF Harwell; RAF Leconfield; recruitment; Stalag Luft 3; the long march; Tiger Moth; training; Wellington
Tags: 102 Squadron; 49 Squadron; 5 Group; 50 Squadron; 619 Squadron; aircrew; Albemarle; Anson; bale out; bomb aimer; bombing; Caterpillar Club; Dominie; FIDO; Halifax; heavy conversion unit; Ju 88; Lancaster; military living conditions; military service conditions; Mosquito; navigator; operational training unit; Pathfinders; prisoner of war; Proctor; RAF Cottesmore; RAF East Kirkby; RAF Fiskerton; RAF Madley; RAF Market Harborough; RAF Melbourne; RAF North Coates; RAF North Weald; RAF Padgate; RAF Pocklington; RAF Saltby; RAF Silverstone; RAF Skellingthorpe; RAF St Eval; RAF Stormy Down; RAF Tempsford; RAF Turweston; RAF Waddington; RAF Wigsley; RAF Wigtown; RAF Wittering; RAF Yatesbury; Stirling; training; Wellington; Window; wireless operator
The Graves of John Graysham and Albert James Berry Captioned 'The graves of Johhny and Red Berry'.
Roy Maddock-Lyon's Caterpillar Club membership card and a newspaper cutting about the Caterpillar Club.
Item 2 is a Caterpillar Club membership card issued to Sgt Roy Maddock-Lyon, captioned 'Caterpillar Club Membership Card.'
Item 3 is a…
Tags: 196 Squadron; aircrew; anti-aircraft fire; bale out; bombing; ethnic or religious minorities; evading; flight engineer; Fw 190; heavy conversion unit; Me 262; medical officer; military ethos; military service conditions; mine laying; Normandy campaign (6 June – 21 August 1944); perception of bombing war; RAF St Athan; RAF Stradishall; RAF Tarrant Rushton; RAF Tuddenham; shot down; Special Operations Executive; Stirling; training