WW2 LCDRHQ, Geological Museum, Exhibition Road, London SW7

LCDRHQ, Geological Museum, Exhibition Road, London SW7 Few of the estimated five million or so visitors passing through the doors…

WW2 RAF Bomber Command pilot F/Sgt Roy Fennell – a letter home

F/Sgt Roy Fennell – a letter home:- F/Sgt Roy Fennell wrote to his mother on February 8th 1944 Dear Mother,…

WW2 – 316 newly qualified RAF pilots collide with US Navy in Atlantic.

WW2 – 316 newly qualified RAF pilots collide with US Navy in Atlantic. How many ‘incidents’ occurring during WW2 were…

WW2 Forgotten and unsung heroes – headmaster Mr J H Babington GC OBE

Armed Forces Day – 25th June 2016 – Greatest respect to all British and Commonwealth servicemen who served or currently…

WW2 RAF Bomber Command – Berlin 30th January 1944 – ‘We were first to bomb’

WW2 RAF Bomber Command – Berlin 30th January 1944 – ‘We were first to bomb’ 156 Squadron’s P/O Cecil Hopton…

ww2 RAF Bomber Command – 30th January 1944 – target marking 405 (Vancouver) Squadron RCAF.

F/O Doug Hackett DFC was one of those who lost his life on the 30th January 1944 Berlin operation flying…

WW2 RAF Bomber Command – No 9 pre AFU course – Sgt Buck

No 9 pre AFU course – Sgt Buck           The gentleman to the right of Stanley…

WW2 RAF research – No 9 Pre-AFU Course photograph – Sgt Bartley and Sgt Cipriani.

158 Squadron pilot 1399230 Sergeant Mervyn Eugene Cipriani was posted missing from the Kassel operation of 22nd/23rd October 1943. Halifax…

WW2 RAF Bomber Command – Ted and I took a sprog crew for first op….. – Sgt A G Boud – nav

Sgt Roy Fennell graduated with his pilot’s wings from 12 SFTS RCAF Brandon, Manitoba. Thanks to Wayne for Roy Fennell’s…

WW2 RAF Bomber Command – Split crews and spare bods – part 2

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