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Telegram No. 787 from the Swiss Government to the Swiss Legation in London (A. 3080), concerning the violation of Swiss airspace on 13/14 July 1943, between 12.04am – 01.00am. Over 100 British aircraft flew over southern Switzerland, covering the…

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Report form the Commander, District 1, Land Division regarding violations of Swiss airspace on night of 12/13 July 1943 when all areas covered by the Territorial Inspectorate of District 1 received alerts which began at 00.06 and continued until…

MRennisonJ[Ser#-Dob]-160224-02.pdf
Covers first aid, care of stirrup pump, war gases, organisation, duties, equipment, team drills and actions and types of bombs including incendiaries. Concludes with miscellaneous notes.

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A letter to Bob Moore from Terry Ford about 75 Squadron. He describes how his crew was the only completely non-New Zealanders, a disposal of a long delay bomb in the North Sea, the loyalty of his ground crew, the station Commander and his failed…

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Left page: top, an advertisement for a hotel.
Bottom left, view of a cathedral.
Bottom right, view of terraced fields.
Right page: top two rows reports family engagements; centre; a list of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserves including R V…

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Dr Marjorie Birch was born and grew up in London. She was evacuated with her younger sister when war was declared. She later trained as a medical student in London. She describes her accommodation opposite Kings Cross Station and the bombing. She…

Mr Herbert's account of the events at Moltkestraße 7 and 8, Untere Königstraße.

Mrs Marie Sch, (née L.), and Miss Elisabeth, L's account of the events at Frankfurter Straße 2, 4, 6, 8.

Maria V's account of the events at Wilhelmstraße 2 ½

Karoline K's account of the events at Obere Karlstraße 17 (Bürgersäle).

Anton J's account of the events at Kassel-Kirchditmold, Opferhof 3.

Mr Karl L Wickenrode's account of the events at Frankfurter Straße, Weinbergbunker, Marstall and Kaufunger Straße.

Police Sergeant Franz Aschemann's account of the events at Königstraße 74.

Mrs Hannah, K's account of the events at Wildemannsgasse 19 (“Pinne”).

Heinz Wiegel's account of the events at Luisenstraße 9 and Große Rosenstraße 21.

Mr Jakob Gockel's account of the events at Oberste Gasse 43.

Margarete F's account of the events at Schäfergasse 39.

Miss Clara A's account of the events at Heckershäuser Straße 10 and Main Cemetery.

Police Sergeant Karl E's account of the events at Police Station no 4 (Reuterstraße 12) and Moltke-straße 8.

Heinrich G's account of the events at Bettenhäuser Straße 6.

Anna A's account of the events at Hohenzollernstraße nos. 26 and 28, Hindenburg-platz.
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