4 results found for: Luneberg Heath

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DONNET, Michel GL (#157)

…mid-air collision on 4Apr42 op) joined 64 Sqn at Turnhouse, OC Sqn Ldrs Barrie Heath DFC, D Kain, B J Wicks DFC and Duncan Smith DFC* (Signatory 36) when down to Hornchurch (Station Cdr Signatory 22 Gp Capt Harry Broadhurst DSO DFC* AFC) and Spitfire Vbs in Nov.41 for Wing…


…the first international service out of “Heath Row” en route to Buenos Aires in the Lancastrian Starlight. Wing Commander Cliff Alabaster (third from right) at a wartime wedding BSAA merged with BOAC in 1949 and Alabaster began flying Argonauts. During a flight from London to Rio via Lisbon and Dakar,…

TUCK, RR Stanford (#9)

‘a courageous officer who defended this nation in the skies above Kent during the Battle of Britain in 1940’ Official photograph (CH 1680) Squadron Leader Robert Stanford Tuck, commanding No. 257 Squadron, in the cockpit of his Hawker Hurricane at Martelsham Heath, November 1940. Copyright: © IWM. Original Source: http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205212597…

CAREY, Frank R (#27)

…Battle of Britain. Battle of Britain by Paul Nash (1941) The son of a builder, Frank Reginald Carey was born on May 7 1912 at Brixton, South London, where he led a gang in mock battles in the streets before being sent to Belvedere School, Haywards Heath. Once, after several…

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