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  • THE BERLIN AIRLIFT 1948 - 1949

    THE BERLIN AIRLIFT 1948 - 1949

    part of "BUCKLAND GEORGE" (photographs) Made by: Unknown Photographer

    HU 98410

    A civil registered Avro Tudor V, G-AKBY, of Airflight Ltd (owned by the wartime commander of No 8 Group RAF, Air Vice Marshal Donald Bennett) refuels at Wunstorf aerodrome during the Berlin Airlift, November 1948. Tudor V aircraft were used as fuel...

  • THE BERLIN AIRLIFT 1948 - 1949

    THE BERLIN AIRLIFT 1948 - 1949

    part of "BUCKLAND GEORGE" (photographs) Made by: Unknown Photographer

    HU 98405

    Two Douglas Dakota aircraft, probably of No 53 Squadron RAF Transport Command, at Wurnstorf aerodrome during the first week of the Berlin Airlift in 1948.

  • TERRITORIAL FORCE CAMPS BEFORE THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    TERRITORIAL FORCE CAMPS BEFORE THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    part of "DICK M I (CAPTAIN)" (photographs) Made by: Unknown Photographer 1912-08

    HU 129279

    Horse lines of a Royal Army Medical Corps (TF) unit of East Lancashire Division at their summer training camp, Kirkham, August 1912

  • THE BERLIN AIRLIFT 1948 - 1949

    THE BERLIN AIRLIFT 1948 - 1949

    part of "BUCKLAND GEORGE" (photographs) Made by: Unknown Photographer

    HU 98419

    Handley Page Halifax (G-AIOI) of Bond Air Services Ltd at Wunstorf during the Berlin Airlift in 1948. This aircraft became one of the Airlift's casualties when it crashed in Schleswig in April 1949.

  • THE BERLIN AIRLIFT 1948 - 1949

    THE BERLIN AIRLIFT 1948 - 1949

    part of "BUCKLAND GEORGE" (photographs) Made by: Unknown Photographer

    HU 98408

    RAF pilot Brian Shepheard and his crew standing in front of the open waist door of their Douglas Dakota aircraft at RAF Gatow during the Berlin Airlift, 1948.

  • THE BERLIN AIRLIFT 1948 - 1949

    THE BERLIN AIRLIFT 1948 - 1949

    part of "BUCKLAND GEORGE" (photographs) Made by: Unknown Photographer

    HU 98415

    A civil registered Avro Tudor C5, G-AKBZ 'Star Falcon', of British South American Airways at Wunstorf aerodrome during the Berlin Airlift, 1948. This aircraft was used as a fuel freighter during the Airlift.

  • THE BERLIN AIRLIFT 1948 - 1949

    THE BERLIN AIRLIFT 1948 - 1949

    part of "BUCKLAND GEORGE" (photographs) Made by: Unknown Photographer

    HU 98418

    Handley Page Halifax (G-AIOI) of Bond Air Services Ltd at Wunstorf during the Berlin Airlift in 1948. This aircraft became one of the Airlift's casualties when it crashed in Schleswig in April 1949.

  • THE BERLIN AIRLIFT 1948 - 1949

    THE BERLIN AIRLIFT 1948 - 1949

    part of "BUCKLAND GEORGE" (photographs) Made by: Unknown Photographer

    HU 98411

    A civil registered Avro Tudor II, G-AGRY, of Airflight Ltd (owned by the wartime commander of No 8 Group RAF, Air Vice Marshal Donald Bennett), taxiing at Wunstorf aerodrome during the Berlin Airlift, November 1948.

  • THE BERLIN AIRLIFT 1948 - 1949

    THE BERLIN AIRLIFT 1948 - 1949

    part of "BUCKLAND GEORGE" (photographs) Made by: Unknown Photographer

    HU 98422

    Avro Lancastrian aircraft of the Flight Refuelling Ltd aviation company at Wunstorf, Germany during the Berlin Airlift in 1948.

  • THE BERLIN AIRLIFT 1948 - 1949

    THE BERLIN AIRLIFT 1948 - 1949

    part of "BUCKLAND GEORGE" (photographs) Made by: Unknown Photographer

    HU 98421

    BOAC Corporation Handley Page Halton Mk I G-AHDW at Wunstorf, Germany during the Berlin Airlift, 1948.

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