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The letter advises that her husband's body has been positively identified after exhumation. He has now been moved to the British Military Cemetery, Berlin.

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A cross marking Frank's final resting place.

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Copy of Original Danish Police Report dated 1943 detailing the discovery of the body of an RAF Airman in a fjord near Ringkobing and his subsequent burial with a translation of the report into English dated 1996. There is an explanation as to why the…

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Bob's grave at Tilly-sur-Seuelles Commonwealth War Cemetery.

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Two photographs from an album.
#1 is a vertical aerial photograph taken during the bombing at Villers Bocage.
#2 is temporary graves of Bob Cooke and Crew at Tilly-sur-Seulles, Normandy.

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A list of Bob and his crew. A colour drawing of their Halifax and the location of their graves in Normandy.

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Certifies that Reginald William Lingfield Muir was missing and presumed to have lost his life as a result of air operations.

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Advising that her son has been reported missing, believed killed following the discovery of the seventh member of the crew. Confirming interment of the unidentified body in the cemetery at St. Trond and that a request for information of personal…

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Concerns the removal of her son Reg's grave from the cemetery on St. Trond to the British Cemetery at Louvain, together with those of his crew, for better care and maintenance. Provides location details of his new grave and advises that a photograph…

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Part of a letter informing that her son died as a result of air operations. Advising that one of the three unidentified crew members had been found and buried.

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Written by his nephew, a narrative of Reg's early life, his participation in student exchanges in Germany, joining the Royal Air force, training, life on the station and the crash in which he died, together with air gunners Sergeant Leslie Johnson…

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Wooden cross with the upright marked 'No 10' and the date of death. The cross bar has 'PEXMAN ENGELSCH VLIEGENIER' written across it. The grave is in Schoonselhof cemetery.

Additional information about this item was kindly provided by the…

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To Kenneth's brother in law regarding aircraft crash. Provides details of his grave and surviving crew members; Sergeant S A Langton, pilot; Sergeant T G Welsh, observer; Sergeant J Haworth, wireless operator and air gunner and Sergeant J Johnson,…

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Five crosses on graves with flowers. Names on graves. 147957 P.O. B S McCann RAF, 1312983 F Sgt L F Jackson RAF, 1086977 Sgt J R Luxton RAF, 1600605 Sgt A C Samu.el RAF, R/173738 F Sgt H S Martin RCAF. Dated 1943-08-012.

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Three crosses on graves with flowers. Graves of 1312983 F Sgt L F Jackson RAF, 1086977 Sgt J R Luxton RAF, 1600605 Sgt A C Samuel RAF. All dated 1943-08-12.

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States that he would like to contribute one pound to the cost of engraving chosen inscription on his son's gravestone.

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Letter states that they are forwarding a photograph of his son, grave of Sergeant J R Luxton. Includes envelope, imperial war graves with complements card and receipt.

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Research notes about the collision of two Lancasters over Branston.

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A number of crosses in a tended cemetery with planted roses. In the foreground there is a row of four crosses, two of which simply have the date 11 November 1944 on the crossbar. The second left cross has '1595438 Sgt G Nixon' and '1436511 Sgt JGD…

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Tadeusz and Margaret's grave.

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A half length portrait of Johnnie in trainee uniform. Handwritten is 'Lots of Love, Green Eyes, Johnnie'.
On the reverse 'Johnnie, my Yatesbury WOP/AG. July 1942. ACC/ No. TCC!
Missing June 9/10 neat Lyon-la-Foret. Later reported killed. Buried at…
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