THE ROYAL AIR FORCE IN BRITAIN, OCTOBER 1942
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A gunner, believed to be Sergeant J Bell, looks through the opening in the perspex of the rear turret of Avro Lancaster R5740/`KM-O'. The four guns shown are Browning .303 machine guns.
The rear gunner of a Lancaster of No. 44 Squadron peeks out through a cut-out in the perspex of his gun turret, October 1942.
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