Sharing Our History 5
The fifth article in this series has been made possible by Giles Browne, who volunteered the following pictures:
41 Sqdn Catterick, no later than October 1939.
Tony Lovell's burned-out Spitfire, possibly 'Q', result of a seized engine[?] and fire while circling the aerodrome. He was however able to save his gloves.
Hornchurch, January 1941
Result of visit by Cuthbert Orde..
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Looking for information confirming George Bennions was flying P9500 as recorded in Air Britain on the 20th Sept 1940 when he force landed at Lympne after combat and again in the afternoon in X4101. I have George's logbook, Lympne ORB, 41sq ORB and Summary of events none of which are evidential. Any other connection with P9500 welcomed
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