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Rupert Shepherd and his ‘Women in Industry’ series of paintings for the Ministry of Information, 1943

BY RICHARD MADDOX

BORN IN HIGHBURY, North London and educated in Swanage and Derbyshire, Rupert Norman Shephard would become a draughtsman and towards the end of the war an official War Artist. 800 more words

British RAF Launched A 1,000 Bomber Raid Against Cologne, Germany, This Day 75-Years Ago; May 30, 1942 -- First Ever 1,000 Bomber Attack.

by Anura Guruge

That must have been quite the sight, 1,000 Handley Page Halifax and Avro Lancaster bombers lumbering across the sky. Think of the noise they must have made — and that is before the bombs began to hit. 116 more words

Anura Guruge

Alistair’s “Random Rambles” (48)

By Kathy Martin…

Written March 2015

Regular readers may remember that part of my recent ramble was about the ways that the establishment could respond to the demands of protesting demonstrators. 1,502 more words

Alistair’s “Random Rambles” (48)

By Kathy Martin…

Written March 2015

Regular readers may remember that part of my recent ramble was about the ways that the establishment could respond to the demands of protesting demonstrators. 1,502 more words

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Dennis Wright RAF 1945 War Diary

Avro Lancaster I Bomber PP681 OJ-C Crew

RAF Methwold

Pilot Flight Lieutenant J. A. Goodrum (Skipper)

Air Bomber Flying Officer S. H. Beenon RCAF

Flight Engineer Flight Sergeant J. 12,099 more words

Diary

Avro Lancaster PA474 KC-A "Thumper" of the BBMF

A collection of images of Avro Lancaster PA474 KC-A “Thumper” of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight taken at RAF Coningsby in July 2016. The RAF BBMF Lancaster is currently painted to represent an aircraft which served with No.617 Squadron after the famous Dams Raid. 82 more words

Military

Avro Lancaster

Your seven man crew embarks on a night mission, to bomb Nazi Germany. With eight machine guns and a bomb bay that can carry up to 22,00 lbs of bombs, your ready for anything. 283 more words

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