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Ladies' Day with the 463-467 Squadrons Association in Sydney, 16 November 2014

Some three decades ago, the 463-467 Squadrons Association (NSW) (Inc) needed to find a new venue for their Annual General Meeting. One of the squadron veterans was a member of the Killara Golf Club in what’s usually described as Sydney’s ‘leafy’ North Shore, and suggested that the salubrious surrounds of the art deco clubhouse there might be suitable. 1,123 more words

Bomber Command

William Clough, Wireless Operator - Opie crew. Request for information

Mark has contacted me with a request for information regarding his Great Uncle Bill Clough, who was Wireless Operator with Cyril Opie’s crew, between March and May 1945. 1,903 more words

General

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Vandaag ca. 50 pagina’s aan informatie ontvangen omtrent de Avro Lancaster Mk II en Bomber Command.
Ook een kaartje van Engeland met daarop de indeling van Bomber Command. 76 more words

In Honour of the 55,573 Young Men Who Never Returned

RAF Bomber Command – Green Park,

London

The Bomber Command memorial was erected in honour of the 55,573 crew members of the RAF Bomber Command who died during the Second World War. 698 more words

RAF

The Seventh Link by Margaret Mayhew

“Strike hard, strike sure”

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Retired Colonel Hugh (second name annoyingly never given) lives in a cottage in the English village of Frog End. 512 more words

Book Review

Descend into History

descend

dɪˈsɛnd

verb

  1.  move or fall downwards.

Taken during a visit to the Royal Air Force Battle of Britain Bunker at the old RAF Uxbridge in London. 71 more words

Travels

An Interview with the author of 'Black Night for Bomber Command'

Your new book tells the story of a catastrophe during World War Two, explain to me a little bit about how the weather dealt a terrible hand of fate that night on 16 December 1943? 658 more words

Second World War