10 results found for: Netherlands

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CALVERT, J Michael (#152)

…officer in Colchester including discussion on intelligence; opinion of use of intelligence and Special Air Service; attitude of troops on arrival; preparation of troops for battle; method of army’s advance north, 1/1945; morale and casualties; details and use of armoured jeeps; memories of officers. REEL 2 Continues: situation in Netherlands

JOHNSON, James E (#21)

…RAF in Eindhoven, Netherlands, 5/1945; encounter with German jet aircraft over Arnhem, Netherlands, autumn 1944; sight of devastation in Germany, 1945; attitude of Germans towards British. Aspects of operations as pilot with RAF attached to Tactical Air Command, US Air Force in Korea, 1950-1951: attitude of American troops towards Korean…

van ERP, Johannes ‘Jan’ (#159)

Netherlands. Monument in Royal Norfolk Square in Helmond designed by Jan van Erp “There was a curfew after 8pm and Jan was lent a Lee Enfield gun with real bullets. Two days later on his bike, he guided the anti-tank half track towards the front line. Jan’s unrecognisable father, after…

HOLLEMAN, Henk J (#71)

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. BOSTONS & MITCHELLS Representing Royal NETHERLANDS AIR…

DAVID, W Dennis (#18)

…when engaged in conversation. After the liberation of Singapore and Malaya, he was appointed Senior Air Staff Officer, Air Headquarters, Batavia, Netherlands East Indies, during operations against Javanese insurgents. Returning home in 1946, David was granted a permanent commission and reverted to the rank of squadron leader. In 1949 he…

GALBRAITH, William P (#297)

…all time attempting to end the war early by dropping Allied troops behind enemy lines into the Netherlands. The 101st Airborne Division was attached to the First British Airborne Division as also was the 82nd Airborne Division and the Polish 1st Independent Parachute Brigade. in the FIRST ALLIED AIRBORNE ARMY….

CASPERS, Loek NC (#162)

…sacrifice of the people of Netherlands and their serious losses of life and freedom by betrayal, and the many others who suffered in the Concentration Camps. Some for what they had done for others, like Elsa, in helping Jewish Families and children, the persecuted, and, in Elsa’s case also, the…

ROSIER, Fred (#17)

…to his final post as NATO’s deputy Commander-in-Chief of Allied Forces Central Europe, based in The Netherlands, in 1970 and retired three years later. Clouds and Spitfires by Walter Monnington © IWM Art.IWM ART LD 3767 He then joined the British Aircraft Corporation (BAC) as a director and military adviser…

NEILSON, Ian G (#211)

…at each other to worry about me in my Auster IV”. Later in the campaign, his tasks included aerial photography and flying agents to meet up with their contacts in the Netherlands. Neilson handed over command of his flight early in November 1944 having been selected to become the first…

Royal Air Force and Commonwealth & Allied Airforces

…Gp on No.85 Mosquito Sqn. Representing SOUTH AFRICANS & SAAF #71 Henk J HOLLEMAN Henk J HOLLEMAN DFM FInstD FBIM BOSTONS & MITCHELLS Representing Royal NETHERLANDS AIR FORCE and OUR EUROPEAN ALLIES in AIR, LAND, NAVAL and RESISTANCE OPERATIONS #21 James E JOHNSON Air Vice-Marshal James E ‘Johnnie’ JOHNSON CB…

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