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- Air Raid Precautions (ARP)
- AV Roe and Company
- British Army, Home Guard & 58th County of London (Civil Service Battalion) Home Guard
- Dean (Flying Officer)
- Exeter, 5th Marchioness of
- Fletcher, A
- Forsdike, Edith
- German Air Force (Third Reich)
- Newgass, Harold Reginald
- Royal Air Force, 616 Squadron
- Royal Air Force, Bomb Disposal
- Royal Navy, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
- Ryall, G
(uniforms and insignia) Made by: A Stanley and Sons, Walsall
Second World War period plastic badge for women serving in the Home Guard. This badge is associated with the service Mrs A Fletcher (née Ascott) in the the 58th County of London (Civil Service Battalion) Home Guard. From April 1943 onwards, women were...
(uniforms and insignia) Made by: F8G
Second World War British Home Front badge for a civilian Salvage Steward. The Salvage Steward badge was introduced in February 1942 for those authorised to collect or organise salvage. Red badges were worn by part-time stewards appointed by local...
Sign: metal box sign (L 30in x W 18in x H 13in), electrically operated and fitted with an overhanging top to limit any stray light. The box is fitted with translucent plastic inserts/markings as follows: arrow / large letter 'S' / 'SHELTER...
(Weapons and ammunition) Made by: atb (Hydrometer AG)
Second World War German electro-mechanical fuze timer that was removed from a parachute mine, which fell through the top of a large gasometer at Garston Gas Works, Liverpool, on 28 November 1940. The mine was made safe by Temporary Lieutenant (later...
(uniforms and insignia)
Second World War period overalls worn by aircraft factory worker Edith Fosdike who was employed at AV Roe, Chadderton (Manchester) between 1940-1943. Mrs Fosdike was one of fifty women who worked on the 'Burr' bench, responsible for filing...
(souvenirs and ephemera) Made by: Gloster Aircraft Co Ltd
Wing tip: metal wing tip (L 120cm x W 38cm x H 13.5cm) with painted inscription and engraved technical information.
(souvenirs and ephemera)
gas mask, with cotton drill carrying bag and leaflet.
(souvenirs and ephemera)
Second World War period 'V' for Victory patriotic propaganda badge, British Home Front associations.
(Weapons and ammunition)
German Second World War electric timer from an aerial mine which was dropped in May 1941 during the blitz on the port of Hull. The inscription commemorates Squadron Leader G Ryall's bomb-disposal work in connection with making the mine safe.