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CALVERT, J Michael (#152)

…with General Wingate; involvement with Chindits; joining of Special Air Service; history of Special Air Service. Aspects of operations as officer with 22nd Special Air Service in GB and North West Europe, 1944-1945: organisation of Special Air Service; problems with French Special Air Service troops and ex-Long Range Desert Group…

JOHNSON, James E (#21)

…aeroplanes,” he would reflect, “were exactly the same, except that aeroplanes could sometimes return your fire. The best fighter pilots were usually outdoor men who had shot game and wildfowl.” Johnson also learned to ride at an early age, and he enjoyed his Yeomanry service – though after seeing Spitfires…

WILMOT, Allan C (#224)

…to White people, e.g. the Jitterbug; antagonism from White American servicemen in England. Service with the West Indians Ex-Servicemen Association [now the West Indian Association of Service Personnel] after his retirement; stories of meeting politician Boris Johnson, Prince Charles, and Queen Elizabeth II; final reflections on his life; wrote an…

STRONG, Albert (#231)

…Train 1869 Army Service Corps 1918 Royal Army Service Corps 1965 Royal Corps of Transport 1993 Royal Logistics Corps …Provision of food, ammunition, petrol and above all transport 1939 10,000 men 1945 335,000 personnel = 10% of British Army & the Movements Service of the Royal Engineers an extra 180,000…

CUNNINGHAM, John (#50)

“His night-fighter status in the war was unrivalled and comparable to the best of the best daytime fighter pilots” ‘Group Captain John ‘Cat’s Eyes’ Cunningham, who has died aged 84, was a night fighter ace and later a consummate test pilot whose name guaranteed the reputation of British aviation. After…

VRACIU, Alexander (#303)

…was respected for his athletic ability, but best known for having a wicked sense of humor and for playing an elaborate prank with his fraternity brothers on a psychology professor that received nationwide attention. During a summer break from his college studies between his junior and senior year at DePauw,…

SWETT, James Elms (#302)

…John’ BASILONE from a fellow CMOH winner, Mitchell PAGE and also in GUADALCANAL and was most happy to agree to also commemorate the tremendous service and courage of Gunnery Sgt John Basilone CMOH and his posthumous Navy Cross USMC. Manila John, so called from his earlier service in the pre-war…

DALTON-MORGAN, Thomas F (#306)

…23 1917 at Cardiff and educated at Taunton School. He joined the RAF on a short service commission in 1935, and trained as a pilot. Following service with No 22 Squadron, flying the Vildebeeste torpedo bomber, he joined the training staff at the Air Ministry. In April 1940 he applied…

BURN, Michael C (#86)

…other books about the R.A.F. because its author, Richard Hillary, is by temperament and inclination, and to some extent training, a writer. … The value of this book lies in the fact that it is a statement of a fully articulate young man about life in a Service which is…

JOYCE, Austin P (#190)

…awarded the B.E.M. for his valuable services in Japan – in support of the operations in Korea – in the period September 1950 to June 1952, he served in Germany in the following year, with command of the ‘Old Guard’ to Rudolf Hess at Spandau Prison. Active service resumed with…

CHESHIRE, Geoffrey Leonard (#31)

faster and more manoeuvrable, which reduced causalities and greatly increased morale in the squadron. DECORATIONS OF GROUP CAPTAIN LORD CHESHIRE OF WOODHALL, VC, OM, DSO & 2 BARS, DFC (MH 33884) The medals of Group Captain Leonard Cheshire RAF comprising (left to right): Victoria Cross, Distinguished Service Order and two…

WEST, Ferdinand (#28)

…father’s regiment was ordered overseas, he resigned his commission to remain with his wife, but at the outbreak of the Boer War, he immediately volunteered for service again and in 1902 was killed in action. His widow left England to take up residence in Milan, Italy, where young Freddie commenced…

BLYTH, Margaret (#64)

…that Alan Pollock met many of ‘The Few’, and was later inspired to undertake this project. Her brother, Harold Blyth, was a Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) handler and ran the Danish double agent Ib Riis, who fed false information back to the Abwehr, the German military intelligence service. Engaging visual…

ALABASTER, RC (#57)

…Khrushchev. Later in 1959 he was in command of the first ever jet service between London and New York. Eventually the Comet was withdrawn from service and, appropriately, Alabaster operated the final flight, which touched down at Heathrow in November 1965 ending 13 years of aviation history. He then converted…

CLAUSEN, Finn (#163)

…first years of the Shetland Bus Service, which so took the admiration of the Royal Navy, and earning the ‘Shetlands Gang’ many award decorations, but with severe losses, before their later fast new three US Navy-supplied Submarine Chasers from Miami. ‘The unrivalled drama and epic survival in and after being…

CASEMORE, Jack (#226)

Alan Pollock’s Rough Notes: A work in progress – the fuller biographies will emerge in due course: please sign up to the Newsletter (bottom of the page) and we’ll let you know when we’ve done more justice in writing up our extraordinary signatories. Chief Petty Officer Jack CASEMORE RNVR: named…

OKOLOW-ZUBKOWSKI, Konstanty (#178)

…NAVY: for POLAND’s gallant fighting servicemen and their 37 MAJOR POLISH NAVY WARSHIPS and 10 Motor Torpedo & Gun Boats at SEA, as in the AIR & on LAND, also recalling POLISH service men and women in all three of their fighting services. Captain ZUBKOWSKI’s unbroken WW2 PN & RN…

WATKINS, Tasker (#256)

…Chester Circuit. He was appointed a Judge of the High Court in the Family Division in 1971 – and that year released a fraudster from prison after hearing of the man’s gallantry in diving into a fast-flowing river to save a four-year-old girl. He transferrred to the Queen’s Bench Division…

DUMON, Andrée Antoine (#158)

Alan Pollock’s Rough Notes: A work in progress – the fuller biographies will emerge in due course: please sign up to the Newsletter (bottom of the page) and we’ll let you know when we’ve done more justice in writing up our extraordinary signatories. Helped rescue 27 Allied Escaped Aircrew, for…

SISMORE, Edward ‘Ted’ Barnes ‘Daisy’ (#79)

…obituary for Ted ‘Daisy’ Sismore). “Reichsmarschall Hermann Goering, head of the Luftwaffe, had just stepped up to the microphone when the 500lb bombs started falling nearby. Their explosions were heard across, thanks to the microphones of the Grossdeutscher Rundfunk. Goering was not best pleased as he had told the German…

WIREMU, Hemi (#210)

…Air Force, Navy and Merchant Navy. Some Māori women served in the Army Nursing Service and the women’s army, air force and navy auxiliaries. Between 1939 and 1945 almost 16,000 Māori volunteered for war service, out of a total population of fewer than 100,000. (Source: https://28maoribattalion.org.nz/story-of-the-28th/about-the-28th) https://business.facebook.com/MaoriBattalion/ https://wartimememoriesproject.com/ww2/view.php?uid=219830 https://www.wartimememoriesproject.com/ww2/pow/powcamp.php?pid=3097 https://www.nzonscreen.com/title/maori-battalion-march-to-victory-1990…

DEERE, Alan C (#49)

…to staff duties at the headquarters of No. 13 Group. In February 1943 he was appointed Wing Leader at the Royal Air Force Station at Biggin Hill. He led 121 sorties over the next six months and earned the Distinguished Service Order (DSO). He went on to command the Free…

ROSIER, Fred (#17)

…in the police, before opting instead for the RAF and a short service commission – then a cheaper alternative to the grander means of entry through the RAF College, Cranwell. After training as a fighter pilot he applied for a permanent commission, only to be told that he would have…

MITCHELL, Raymond (#155)

…of the Marines. His own 7 Section Q Troop 41 Royal Marines Commando, originally 8 RM Bn then RM ‘B’ CDO, and noting the important service, courage and sacrifice of all Commandos, both Royal Marine and Army, in their Special Service Brigades, not forgetting the Engineer, Lcocu Obstacle Clearance and…

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