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Wartime Memories & Stories

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One of Thousands

One of Thousands- by Mark Smith (Nephew) Sgt. Arthur David Harding (1357558) 215 Squadron South East Asia Command 8th November 1920 to 1st January 1945 Early Life Arthur was born to Walter and Daisy Harding on 8th November 1920 in Silvertown, the heart of…
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Rice Drop by John Gordon Bell (Don) of 355 Squadron

RICE DROP Most of the stories written about the RAFs part in the war are about bombing raids -our crew's story is more humane. As our plane turned on to the final approach, we could see that what had appeared from the air to be a wall running the full length…

Albert Cranthorne 178 Squadron RAF
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These pictures were drawn shortly after Albert arrived at 178 Squadron. They were drawn on wartime notepaper and are now badly faded. Albert has been able to restore them on the computer and they appear almost as good as new. They still capture the atmosphere of the time!
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