Wing Commander Jack Martin

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Sergeant Raymond Henry Mellard

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A Bomb Aimer's Story

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Ronald James Auckland MBE DFC

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Douglas David Higham D.F.C. (53671)

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Sergeant John Gordon Procter

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Flying Officer Kenneth Wilson 131566

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LAC Fred Perkins

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Flight Sergeant David Wilson Inglis (1569642)

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S/Ldr Kenneth George Bickers DFC

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Airwar over Flevoland

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Flt. Lt. Norman James Eley, RAFVR

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Sgt. William Brodie McVicar

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Night raid on Hamburg 11th May 1941

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Robert Jay - Flight Engineer. No.75 (NZ) Squadron.

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Aneurin (Taff) Owen

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TOBIN, Thomas Patrick

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Don Miller , Rear Gunner - Lincolnshire based, Waddington

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Flying Officer Navigator Reginald Henry Cornell

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Norman George Smith

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A Seven Year Scratch Memories of a World War II Pilot - Arthur John 'Jack' Ball, DFC

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Eric Ronald Harper

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Jack Dye Followed His Star

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106 Squadron, 5 Group

In memory of Sgt Brian D West

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In memory of James Douglas Hudson DFC AE RAFVR

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Flight Lieutenant William Alfred Colson DFM

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Clifford John Boreham 1390575

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Australian 460 Squadron

Sgt Reginald Lawrence Lewis

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William E. Goodman 1922-2002

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ED995 PH-X by Andy Smith

One complete tour in just one Lancaster Bomber

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“ABBOTT, Ernest Ronald. 563034 Sergeant, No. 50 Sqn. L.G.22/10/1940. Sorties 33, Flying Hours 207.35 Pilot Air2/9467

Squadron Leader E.R. (Ronnie) Abbott DSO DFM*

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Memories of the Lincolnshire airfields

Pauline Burney

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W/O Fred Stokes 1029666

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'Lancaster NG116 took off from RAF Wickenby at 182 hours on 23 September 1944'

Jeanette McClelland

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Haydn Peter Smith

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David J Wynn

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Robert (Bob) Gorham

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Life with a Lancaster

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Although I never knew my uncle, being born 24 years after his death, I try to keep his memory alive.

Uncle Gwilym "Nick" Nicholls

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My first op from RAF Dunholme Lodge. 619 Squadron As seen through the eyes of W/0 Ron Jennings

W/0 Ron Jennings

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Samuel Godson DFM

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As usual combats with fighters could be seen going on all around by the lights of tracers from each aircraft.

A flight engineer’s story

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Then I had to dodge under another Lancaster coming from our port side, looking up into its yawning bomb-bay with its rows of 500lb bombs and a cookie.

A pilot’s story

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Had I not been thrown off my seat, the top of my head would have been sliced off like a breakfast boiled egg.

A mid-upper gunner’s story

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I realised that my chief fear of ops had been this fear, the fear of wasting the lives of other men who were relying on me.

A navigator’s story

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A rear gunner’s story

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“It seemed as if every flak battery was concentrating on us and I thought it would be only a matter of seconds before they scored a direct hit.”

A wireless operator’s story

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Aircraft captain Australian F/O David Mattingley was flying D-Dog, a Lancaster of 625 Squadron, Kelstern, on a daytime mission to Dortmund on 29 November 1944.

Battle Order 204

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Herr Klaus Schwerk was sixteen in February 1945. Before the war his father was a doctor in Bautzen, 50 km east of Dresden, and had been conscripted to be a medical officer in the Wehrmacht.

Herr Klaus Schwerk

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