WEST INDIANS IN BRITAIN DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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West Indians in the Royal Air Force: West Indians serving with the Royal Air Force undergoing a course of instruction at an RAF Marine Craft Training School in the United Kingdom. Photograph shows: Aircraftman G E Small of St Michael, Barbados (left) and Aircraftman M R Hendricks of St Andrew, Jamaica (right) on a marine craft returning to harbour after instruction. Flying Officer Campling, master of the craft, is seen in the centre.
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