11 results found for: Hiroshima

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HIROSHIMA (#284)

HIROSHIMA entered in Japanese by Father John Motoki SHOZAWA for the Japanese losses from atomic attacks on Hiroshima & Nagasaki, ending hostilities and indirectly saving the lives of many others on both sides….

MANTLE, W Eric (#189)

…the JAPANESE PEOPLE at HIROSHIMA after the atomic bomb. In the eerie silence of Hiroshima’s ruins, Eric met Kyoshi Tanimoto, also a METHODIST PASTOR, and helped via the RAF CHURCH IWAKUNI plus AUSTRALIAN, NEW ZEALAND and AMERICAN contributions, to repair the Church roof to allow services to begin again in…

PANTER, Frank H T (#216)

…battleship ANSON on 25 Oct 1944 to sail out to the Far East and PACIFIC, in reserve off OKINAWA Rear Adm HARCOURT took the SURRENDER of JAPANESE FORCES in HONG KONG 16Sep45; officially then he was on a shore party, which had to formally inspect HIROSHIMA but also to pick…

COX, John W (#298)

…appreciated. Though designed for high-altitude day bombing, in practice the B29 flew more low-altitude night incendiary bombing missions for the fire-bombing campaign. Their importance in mining operations of Japanese harbours, mostly at night, also had considerable strategic effect in limiting Japanese food supplies. Hiroshima and Nagasaki.were destroyed by the B-29…

HANCOCK, Margaret (#277)

…she was posted out to Japan at Iwakuni and Miho near Hiroshima, where she would meet and marry Sqn Ldr N W Pat Hancock DFC, then OC 11 Squadron with Spitfire FR18s at Miho. Pat started on the Fairey Battles of 266 Squadron, then with No.1(F) Sqn Hurricanes in France…

FRASER-HARRIS, Alexander B (#218)

…MOST POWERFUL ROYAL NAVAL SURFACE FORCE in our entire history”…”at Hiroshima on 12Aug45… INDEFATIGABLE, IMPLACABLE, VICTORIOUS and the Flagship, FORMIDABLE had just completed 36 strike days against Japan alongside the 16 AMERICAN CARRIERS … hitting the Japanese mainland, sinking their remaining ships, wrecking their airfields and attempting to discover &…

DRAKE, Billy (#168)

…arriving to surrender; dealing with returning RAF POWs; organising fly past for Marshal Zhukov’s visit; taking part in victory flypast. Various postings with RAF, 1945-1963: visit to Hiroshima; posting to Malaya; posting to Day Fighter Leaders School at RAF West Raynham; flying Gloster Meteors; mass take offs as wing leader…

CURRAN, Samuel (#182)

…peace (The Guardian) “Glimpse” (2014) from the Atomic Landscapes Series by Susanna Stromborg. “These are hand made collages made from an image of Hiroshima in the public domain printed on newsprint. They are very beautiful and delicate, being on newsprint: the intention was to make them on a material that…

Civilians and War Production

…theatres #81 Alec RM HARVEY-BAILEY Mr Alec RM HARVEY-BAILEY Author. In memory his father. Also remembering Arthur RUBBRA, Sir STANLEY HOOKER and OTHERS’ key CONTRIBUTION to VICTORY of the ubiquitous ROLLS-ROYCE & MERLIN ENGINES #284 HIROSHIMAHIROSHIMA ’ entered, in Japanese, by Father John Motoki SHOZAWA in memory JAPANESE…

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…HARGREAVES #287 HARVEY-BAILEY Alec RM HARVEY-BAILEY #81 HEARN Avis J HEARN #75 HEGLUND Svein HEGLUND #166 HERFORD Martin EM HERFORD #246 HILL David HILL #100 HIROSHIMA HIROSHIMA #284 HODGES Lewis HODGES #34 HOGAN Neville G HOGAN #264 HOLDER Paul HOLDER #191 HOLLEMAN Henk J HOLLEMAN #71 HOWARD John HOWARD #91…

Royal Air Force and Commonwealth & Allied Airforces

…evacuated DUTCH in JAVA, at IWAKUNI 1945 HIROSHIMA + METHODIST PASTOR Kyoshi Tanimoto RECONCILIATION with JAPAN Representing CHAPLAINS #289 Roy MAX Group Captain Roy MAX DSO DFC CdeG NEW ZEALANDER, 103 SQN BATTLE pilot in 1940 FRANCE, WELLINGTONS, RNZAF OC No 75 (NZ) SQN STIRLINGS LANCASTERS, 1st Commonwealth Bomber Command…

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